Frank Fredericks (musician)

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Frank Fredericks is the founder and Executive Director of World Faith and co-founder of Religious Freedom USA.

He founded World Faith, an “interfaith community service organization,” in 2006[1] by developing an “action-based model” in New York City and exporting it to “conflict-prone regions” by empowering youth in Lebanon, India, Egypt, and Sudan.[2]

Frank is a contributor to various blogs including the Huffington Post's Religion section and speaks at events about interfaith issues, social entrepreneurship, and technology.[3] He has been interviewed by various media outlets including Good Morning America, NPR, New York Magazine.[4]

Fredericks studied Music Business at New York University, and worked in the music industry producing recordings, founding the independent record label Çöñár Records.[5]

He also works as an independent Online Marketing and PR Consultant, consulting non-profits, corporations, foundations, recording artists, and political campaigns on web issues ranging from viral video and social networks to SEO and advertising.[6]

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