Phil Reddick's Biography
Phil Reddick is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. Upon graduation from high school, he played football at Virginia Tech under Coach Jerry Claiborne. His love for the University of Georgia never left him and after a coaching change he transferred and finished magna cum laude with a BBA in accounting. He then joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ where he served for ten years. While on staff, he served for four years at Florida State University. His last six years, he served as the Area Director of all the Campus ministries in the states of Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Kentucky. In 1984, he moved to Birmingham to direct Young Business Leaders. Phil is also an associate pastor at Briarwood Presbyterian Church, and has a Masters in Religious Education and a Masters of Divinity.
Young Business Leaders presents the Word of God to businessmen and professionals and offers the tools and environment that facilitate spiritual growth. Since taking over in 1984, Young Business Leaders has grown from one staff in Birmingham to five employees, with staff in Huntsville and Decatur, Alabama, Jackson, Mississippi, and Cincinnati, Ohio. YBL has a presence in Cullman and Montgomery, Alabama and Santiago, Chile. Other cities such as Dallas, Texas, Durham and Charlotte, North Carolina, Hartford, Connecticut, Roanoke, Virginia, Columbus, Macon, and Athens, Georgia are targeted for growth.
Phil has served on the Board of the JH Ranch and is an annual speaker at the National Coalition of Men's Ministry which has as its goal to reach every man in America with the gospel. He is the invocation speaker at the Express Oil Change National Convention. He often speaks for retreats and other engagements.
Phil is the husband of wife Anne who is the Women's Counselor at Briarwood Christian School. He has two daughters. Ginny who is a registered dietician working at a bariatric clinic in Gainesville, Georgia and Catherine (who is known at "Cat" Reddick to soccer fans) who played on the U.S. World Cup Team and the 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist Team.