Frances Curtis Frazier

Frances Curtis Frazier has been a Facilitator and Consultant over 25 years.  She holds a B.S. in Special Education and a M.A. Degree in Learning Disabilities and Behavioral Disorders from the Ohio State University.  Fran is currently working on a doctoral degree in Leadership and Change at Antioch University in Yellow Springs, Ohio.

For many years Commissioner Frazier served as a member of the Executive Staff for the Director of the Ohio Department of Human Services.  As an Executive-on-Loan to the Ohio Commission on African American Males, Fran developed and supervised the Mother to Son Project a statewide program which addressed the needs of single African American mothers raising boys.

Currently Ms. Frazier is serving as a consultant to the Columbus, Ohio Public Schools District.  She is working with specific schools on school climate issues: assessing principal leadership, teacher morale, and student behavior and parent involvement.  A school climate area of Fran’s expertise is addressing relational aggression in girls.

Commissioner Frazier is an ardent advocate for women’s transformation.  She is a nationally recognized speaker and presenter.  Since 1979, Fran has established programs, conducted retreats and given presentations on issues of sisterhood and self-empowerment.