OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (Equal Opportunity) Pentagon, Washington, DC
HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITY (HBCU) FACULTY FELLOW Program
Dr. Frazier as an HBC Faculty Fellow provided staff support for a major seminar on “United States-China Relations.” Researched and provided staff support for several major exhibits in the “African Americas in Defense of Our Nation” corridor. The research included special projects like the “Stars for America” and “African American Medal of Honor” exhibits and taught diversity courses at Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, Alabama..(1996-1998).
HEADQUARTERS DIRECTORATE OF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL, U.S. AIR FORCE Pentagon, Washington, DC
HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITY (HBCU) FACULTY FELLOW
Authored several studies associated with the Air Force’s efforts to provide procurement opportunities for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. Conducted workshops and seminars on “Diversity Management in the Work Place,” at Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, AL, Scott Air Force Base, IL, and the Pentagon, Washington, DC. (Part-time – 1990-1995)
The Ira C. Eaker Center for Professional Development! Named in honor of aviation pioneer and former 8th Air Force Commander, General Ira C. Eaker, we are part of the Air University and located at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Alabama. The Eaker Center courses are designed to establish, improve, and institutionalize enduring functional competencies, as well as develop individual leadership and management skills. The classroom instruction is supplemented by a select and distinguished cadre of adjunct faculty who are senior leaders and recognized functional experts in the Air Force and DoD. Dr. Frazier taught Diversity and inclusion course from 1995 – 1999.