2018 International Comic-Con Bob Clampett Humanitarian of the Year

2018 “Root 100” Most Influential African Americans

A marketer with a passion for understanding people.

I am a marketing professional, philanthropist and media representation advocate. I have over 10 years of marketing strategy, storytelling, branding, fundraising and audience growth experience. I am also the creator of the #BlackPantherChallenge, which is the largest GoFundMe campaign in history, raising over $950k to send more than 75,000 children worldwide to see ‘Black Panther’. This campaign has been covered by The Ellen Show, PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton, BBC, MSNBC, and many other outlets, in an effort to move the needle past representation and visibility for Black children.

I have also written and created original content for the Huffington Post, USA Today, and NowThis News.

I was named the 2018 Bob Clampett Humanitarian of the Year at the San Diego International Comic-Con, a member of the 2018 “Root 100” Most Influential African Americans, and one of the 2019 Forbes 30 Under 30 for Marketing and Advertising.

I have led the creative development, marketing strategy, rebranding, and event coordination for multiple organizations and campaigns, including Pope Francis' United States welcome campaign, and Frederick also oversaw partnerships for the campaign with key influencers and organizations such as the New York Yankees, Oprah Winfrey, Stephen Colbert, and Mayor Bill De Blasio for campaign content. Frederick holds an MBA in Marketing from NYU Stern School of Business as well as Bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and Creative Writing from the Hunter College.