Jeff Frazier is a Senior Director of the Global Public Sector for Cisco’s Internet Business Solutions Group’s (IBSG), Cisco’s strategic consulting arm. Currently, he leads the Americas strategy team for state and local public sector. Cisco’s IBSG is a recognized advisor to many of the world's leading companies and governments on strategy, technology innovation and market development. Frazier is a technology executive with 20+ years in the international business community with a background in international business, distinguished public service, global public policy and innovation focus on the public markets. He is well known for creating top and bottom line impact, by working with Chief Executives and government leaders, globally. He is a six-time speaker at the Public Services Summit at Nobel, facilitator, guest speaker, and author.
Frazier brings broad experience and industry knowledge to the organization. Prior to joining Cisco, he held various public sector leadership positions within municipal and federal governments. As an FBI leader, Frazier administered a congressionally funded, international portfolio.
Frazier is on the Boards of Director for the International Affairs Council (IAC) and Communities in Schools, North Carolina (CISNC), appointed Councilmember to the NC Governor’s Innovation Council, NC Governor’s China Advisory Council, and is an appointed member of the United Nations International Police Advisory Council (UN-IPAC) and a National Governors Association (NGA) Fellow. Frazier is an active participant in Socrates Society seminars at the Aspen Institute and the Business Executives for National Security (BENS).
Frazier was a delegate to Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government: Senior Executive Fellow (SEF) and Senior Executives in State and Local Government, a fellow of the NC Institute of Political Leadership, and a 2012 Eisenhower Fellow.
Frazier is the co-author of Democratic Policing, Post-Conflict Criminology and Democratic Development , awarded and presented at the 2nd Istanbul Conference on Democracy and Global Security and The Causes and Consequences of State Failure and Democratic Development: Examining the Role of Corruption and the Creation of Public Trust in State Development , awarded and presented at the International Comparative Policy Analysis conference in Singapore.
A native Californian, he holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master of Science degree.