Renee Fraser, PhD

CEO, Fraser Communications

Renee Fraser, PhD. is the founder and CEO of Fraser Communications the largest female owned and led integrated advertising agency in Southern California. Fraser Communications is a $30 million firm creating, producing and placing media campaigns in digital, social, as well as TV, radio, and outdoor. Clients include Lexus, East West Bank, Nuvision, Hyundai, Ontario Airport, First 5 California with their Talk. Read. Sing.® campaign, and more. Renee serves as the Chair of the Board for Wise and Healthy Aging and serves on the boards of Girls Inc. and NAWBO-LA as well as the national board of 2020 Women on Boards. Previously she served on the boards of National Volunteers of America, United Way of Greater LA County, Harvard University Women’s Leadership Board at The Kennedy School and Women Presidents Organization.

Renee was honored as one of the “50 Most Influential Women” by Los Angeles Magazine for her many contributions in civic leadership (United Way board, National Volunteers of America board and Co-Chair of Business Task Force to end homelessness in L.A./Home for Good). Renee encouraged entrepreneurship through her radio show “Unfinished Business”, for five years. She’s a featured columnist on Business.com and has been featured on Forbes, the Huffington Post, and many others. She is also the creator and host of The Deciders on KABC 790AM in Los Angeles airing every Saturday at 5:30 PM PST. In everything she does, her steadfast principle of doing well by doing good follows her closely.

Renee received her BA, MA and PhD from  the University of Southern California. She enjoys life with her three wonderful daughters.

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Women on boards: What is your path to a corporate board?

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What is the status of women on corporate boards in the US? In California? How does the new California law SB-826, which man- dates public companies have at least one woman on their boards in 2019, work? How do women make a difference on boards and how can you craft your path to a board […]

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