Interview: Wendy Lazarus

  Interview with Wendy Lazarus by Salonee Singh, Assistant Director of Outreach for Redefy Dec. 11, 2017 Wendy Lazarus is a leading child advocate and policy expert with a wide range of managerial, legislative, and advocacy accomplishments that have benefited hundreds of thousands of children and families on a community, state, and national level. Her … Continue reading

Interview: Dr. Amaney Jamal

Interview: Dr. Amaney Jamal

Redefy Interview with Dr. Amaney Jamal Interview by Ziad Ahmed (Redefy Founder and President) On Friday, August 14th I had the opportunity to interview Professor Amaney Jamal. Dr. Amaney Jamal is the Edward S. Sanford Professor of Politics and the Director Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice at Princeton University, and has a wide range … Continue reading

YTH Live!

YTH Live!

The Redefy Team was invited to the YTH Live Conference along with the leading experts in the youth, technology, and health industry two weeks ago in San Francisco. Founder Ziad Ahmed, Senior Vice President Nick Jain, and Head Officer of Development Melinda Guo presented on the panel, The Power of Advocacy, and engaged in a … Continue reading

#TheGenerationOfNow Reflection

Last Sunday (12/13/15), redefy hosted #TheGenerationOfNow at the Princeton University Carl A. Fields Center for Cultural Understanding. The landmark event featured 12 activists on the imperative nature of racial justice. With over 150 attendees, an outstanding line-up of speakers, and thoughtful conversations being sparked, #TheGenerationOfNow was truly unforgettable. The event was almost entirely planned, run, and executed … Continue reading

#TheGenerationOfNow

Redefy could not be more proud to announce #TheGenerationOfNow. We are devoting a lot of our energy, time, and resources into making this event as successful as possible. The planning will be spearheaded by Ziad Ahmed (Founder and President), Nick Jain (VP of Event Planning), Nicole Hartley (Head Officer of Event Planning), and the entire … Continue reading