Dr. George C. Fraser is a Cleveland-based author, entrepreneur, and speaker focusing on improving networking skills, building wealth, and improving diversity and inclusion. In 2011 Fraser was inducted into the Minority Business Hall of Fame and Museum. He has been awarded over 350 awards and citations from around the world including 3 Honorary Doctorates, a Chaplaincy, and an Ambassadorship. He has put on the popular PowerNetworking Conference for the past 15 years…selected by Forbes Magazine in 2015 as one of “The Top 5 Conferences Not to be Missed by Entrepreneurs”.
FraserNet, Inc. is an “award-winning” 32-year-old global leadership network of 91,000 Black professionals, business owners, and community leaders. The goals of FraserNet are to;
- Help Black people build wealth that can be transferred inter-generationally.
- Help Black people become the #1 employer of Black people in the 21st century.
- To facilitate building a global network of Africans throughout the diaspora whose focus is personal and business excellence and using it to build partnerships, joint ventures, and strategic alliances.
Yes, yes, yes George… I had a wonderful time at your conference as I always do…and I encourage all Black folks to get to the next one…and Kudos to you.
—Khadija Chapman, CLEVELAND, OH
To lead a global networking movement that brings together diverse human resources, to increase opportunities for people of African descent.
To produce products and services that teach and promote excellence and effective networking to facilitate business-to-business, business-to-consumer, mentoring, and role modeling for people of African descent.
In 2016 created/developed and then launched in 2019 WINDS; Wealth Building Centers and Curriculum, a faith-based and organizational initiative to provide Black people with financial education.
After 2019 he launched FraserNation, visit www.onefrasernation.com
Specialties: keynote speaking on effective networking, diversity and inclusion, and economic and business development specifically in the Black Community