Reed Schafer

About Me

Reed Schafer is a senior at Effingham High School. He participates in baseball, basketball, golf, National Honor Society, Society for Academic Achievement, and is a class officer. In his free time he spends time with friends, takes part in his church’s youth group, and lists sports cards on eBay. He’s been buying sports cards since he was around eight years old. About two years ago he began listing cards on his father’s eBay store, and he’s been buying and selling sports cards and collectibles ever since. He hasn’t decided where he’d like to continue his studies beyond high school, but he would like to major in accounting, business administration, or sports management. This summer he spent time on the golf course and officiating baseball and basketball games, as well as directly participating in tournaments and open gyms for those same sports. Reed also spent time this summer volunteering at FCA camp, and helping out with the boys’ and girls’ basketball camps at Effingham High School.

“This year in CEO, I hope to discover how the business world operates. I am eager to learn as much as possible about how a business works, so that one day I might run my own successful business. I'm anxious to put myself out there, and meet new people and hopefully make some friends along the way. I am beyond blessed to be given the opportunity to be a part of this unique class, and I can’t wait to begin the CEO journey."

About My Business

Reed Schafer has started Name Frames, custom-cut mat boards to display your favorite school, vacation, personal, or sport photos. With Name Frames you can also display sports and trading cards. A perfect gift for a birthdays, anniversaries, or graduation. Hint: Name Frames would also be a nice addition to any man-cave. “You name it, we’ll make a mat to frame it!” If you have any questions about Name Frames you can email Reed at . You can also check out his Social Media pages, Twitter: @CustomNameFrame; and Facebook: Reed plans to attend the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville to seek a degree in accountancy. Reed will continue to use the skills he has gained through CEO, applying them in college and in his everyday life.