Eugene Frazier
Phone: 630-533-0530
Degree Level/Concentration: Master of Social Work/Employee Assistance Professional (University of Illinois in Chicago)

Professional Background:
Eugene Frazier is a recent addition to the Benedictine University Adjunct faculty for the Moser College of Adult and Professional Studies with an initial focus in our Humanities department. He comes to us as an experienced adjunct faculty instructor from DeVry University, where he has played the role of facilitator and coach for the following courses: Career Development, Technology Society and Culture and Cultural Diversity in the Professions. He has been consistently consulted to participate in course redesign, as well as, quality assurance efforts associated with course effectiveness.

He has a previous consultative relationship with North Central College where he directly interfaced with the Cultural Diversity department, more specifically Black Students Affairs. He structured and deployed off sites for Black Male summits to orient and encourage positive thoughts and behavioral attributes required to be progressive and successful in their future personal/professional endeavors. He is frequently asked to host motivational seminars and/or trainings on an array of topics, such as Executive Coaching, Coaching for performance, Performance Management techniques/strategies and Entrepreneurial Spirit.

He is a former Human Resources Executive from a local fortune 500 company in the Chicago area that is associated with the telecommunication industry. Scope of responsibility entailed the following components: 1.) This particular business component was comprised of global operations across 36 countries with over 8,000 associates. 2.) Responsible for aligning core initiatives between the corporate office in the United States and other geographic regions throughout the world. 3.) Strategic developer and implemental of professional growth and development through formal training, building mentoring relationships and establishing rotational opportunities to enhance and grow associates potential. 4.) Required as a senior leader to thoroughly understand the cultural environment of these international regions and leverage that insight to facilitate business activity and meet the needs of associates that resides there.