B.A. in History and Africana Studies from Hamilton College; Master of Arts in Urban Education Studies from Yale University. Redell began his career in education in Harlem, NY and taught many of the nation's most extraordinary and talented students and have assisted them in developing their intellectual and personal talents and abilities at the Frederick Douglass Academy. Among the various subjects that he has taught includes Advanced Placement United States History, English, and Computer Science. Redell also gained the opportunity to serve as the Social Studies chairperson, co-chair of the School Leadership Team, coordinator of the FDA-Edinaman Secondary School African Alliance, and a consultant for the Rewarding Achievement, a performance initiative that aims to improve the college readiness of low-income students. Currently, Redell teaches Social Studies in New Haven, CT and aspires to foster meaningful communities of learners who desire to realize their fullest potential and to transform the world in their visions.