Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Life Forward Radio with Special Guest Fredrick ~Freddie Jay~ Wardlaw

  • Broadcast in Entertainment
Mystic Light and Shadows

Mystic Light and Shadows


Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Mystic Light and Shadows.

Join us tonight with Special Guest Fredrick "Freddie Jay" Wardlaw on "Life Forward Radio"

Fredrick O. Wardlaw, Sr is a Systems Analyst for a major strategic firm in Virginia. He is highly skilled in the installation, testing, operation, and maintenance of computer based client server systems designed for legal publishing and containing multiple servers, RAIDs, special purpose processors and equipment including routers, load balancers, firewalls, and network hubs and switches. With an extensive background in project management, customer relations, and program implementation, Fredrick’s proven ability to meet project deadlines, identify requirements, and ensure customer satisfaction enhances productivity and streamlines operating procedures to exceed stakeholder expectations.

In addition to Fredrick’s impeccable performance as a Systems Analyst, he also is recognized by his colleagues and community members as a principal resource and activist in political and cultural arenas. While obtaining his Bachelor’s of Arts degree in the Administration of Justice at the historical Howard University, Frederick was instrumental in leading political rallies and informing students and surrounding community of underlying issues and root causes that were often overlooked and forgotten.

As a Native of Castor, Louisiana, Frederick spearheaded volunteers of Louisiana natives in the Washington, DC Metropolitan to assist in relief efforts for Hurricane Katrina victims along the Gulf Coast. Frederick himself, using his personal finances, traveled to Louisiana to assist in hands-on efforts and attend conferences regarding the rebuilding process.

Currently, Frederick is developing a program to build small, minority owned business by introducing them to legal publications that will inform them of consumer demographics and needs.