Employed at Gallaudet since 1999, Fred started as Special Assistant to the President before moving to Administration and Finance in 2007. Since that time, he has taken on increasing responsibilities within A&F. Currently, Fred is responsible for the University's local and Federal government relations as well as community relations. He oversees the University's Facilities Department, Office Campus Design and Planning, and real estate development. He also oversees Gallaudet Interpreting Services.
Prior to coming to Gallaudet, Fred worked for three years at the National Association of the Deaf and nine years with AT&T. While at AT&T, he served one year as a Brookings Institution Congressional Fellow where he worked in the office of Representative Robert Andrews (NJ-1) as a legislative aide.
Fred received his Bachelors of Science degree from Gallaudet University where he majored in accounting and minored in computer information systems. Fred has a Masters of Science degree in management and information systems from New York University.