Ziad is a 21-year-old from Princeton, NJ. He founded Redefy in 2013 because he was tired of seeing people in his hallways being defined by unfair stereotypes. He didn’t quite know what he was doing when he got started, but he’s learned a lot — and has somehow been recognized by MTV, the Princeton Prize in Race Relations, and President Barack Obama along the way. He keeps himself busy with running his company (JUV Consulting), studying at school, working with various organizations, and engaging politically. You can usually find him laughing at his own jokes, scrolling endlessly on TikTok, talking with hands, or lost in conversation with someone way smarter than him — and you can always learn more about him via www.ziadahmed.me
2017 was Redefy’s fourth year in existence and the first year during which we went through a massive restructuring.
This is a time when our generation, the next generation, must use our voices to decide what we want our future to look like.
Redefy could not be more proud to announce #TheGenerationOfNow
Redefy could not be more thrilled to announce our partnership with the Princeton Sun!
Redefy was founded in September of 2013, and we have grown immensely since then.
Redefy is proud to present the #PrincetonAgainstRacism campaign along with Princeton CHOOSE and Princeton Not in Our Town.
My utopia can be boiled down to the idea that everyone matters and is universally accepted.
Redefy is excited to announce our first initiative as a part of our 2015 mission: The Clean Air Campaign!