Redfern II recently named AFP’s Volunteer Fundraiser of the Year has served as the Chief Executive Officer in a diverse array of companies worldwide. He is known for his innovative leadership and management skills. He has a demonstrated track record of providing companies with the leadership, organizational and operational tools for sustained profitable growth. Redfern is the founder, president and publisher of Juju Publishing Company. The company published a national magazine and community newspapers in 7 metro areas of South Carolina. He served as president of a ground maintenance company which he grew from 5 employees to 600 with service contracts on military installations in 8 states. He has successfully managed political campaigns from the local magistrate office to statewide and congressional offices. He has served in operational capacities in several Presidential campaigns. He was a Reagan presidential appointee to the transitional team assigned to the U.S. Department of Transportation. He is a former Board member of the United Way with a 30 year service history. Redfern has held several executive volunteer United Way campaign positions.He has further served the nonprofit sector as president of two community based organizations. In each case he substantially increased funding, service delivery and organizational efficiency. Redfern is a denominational leader of the Ecumenical Church. He has served as the International director of CityLight and Cross Style International ministries. As the director of CityLight he organized a chain of worldwide prayer cells covering the 8 regions of the world. In his position at Cross Style he developed the strategic plan for 125 Bible training centers in 22 countries. Redfern is known worldwide as “The Catalyst.” He makes things happen!