As head of communications and marketing, Frazier drives America250’s brand vision, public relations and media planning, and oversees all advertising, creative and design, content production, and digital media strategies with a focus on building awareness and participation in the organization’s national programs and partnerships. He also serves as an advisor to President and CEO, Joe Daniels.

Frazier joins America250 with more than two decades of communications and marketing experience, including representing the Mike Bloomberg 2020 presidential campaign as a national spokesman, consulting on digital strategies and business planning, and serving as Executive Vice President and Deputy Director of External Affairs at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. During his more than 10-year tenure at the Memorial & Museum, Frazier helped attract more than 68 million visitors from all 50 states and nearly 200 nations and he oversaw business activities that drove about $62 million in annual revenue.

Frazier began his career in journalism, working as the City Hall Bureau Chief for Newsday, and held lead reporting roles at The Associated Press and The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. As a food allergy parent, Frazier worked as an advocate leading to the passage of legislation changing food safety label requirements for the first time in 17 years.

Frazier currently serves on the board of Brooklyn Children’s Museum. He formerly served on the board of national ambassadors for Food Allergy Research and Education and volunteered communications counseling for the Mother Emanuel Memorial Foundation Board in Charleston, South Carolina.

Frazier earned his bachelor’s in journalism from University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, where he was the recipient of the William Fulbright Scholarship.