CU Entrepreneurial Leadership Series Features Networking for Entrepreneurs by Deborah Frazier, RBC Wealth Management, on March 11

January 28, 2014

Deborah Frazier

Deborah Frazier

Professional wealth advisor Deborah Frazier will present a program, Networking for Entrepreneurs, at Cheyney University’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Series on Tuesday, March 11, 2014.

Ms. Frazier is the producer and host of a new wealth management program on Princeton Community Television. Her show "Managing Your Wealth with Deborah Frazier," discusses wealth management topics that are timely and relevant to our current economic environment. Frazier has  appeared on the cover of Black Enterprise Magazine, was featured as an “African-American Profile in History” for NBC-TV,  and profiled in the 2002 edition of “The Winner's Circle,” as one of the “Top 30 Financial Advisors in the U.S.”

Since joining RBC Wealth Management as a Financial Advisor in 2012, Frazier has focused on developing a financial advisory practice dedicated to helping clients achieve their most important financial goals.

Prior to a brief hiatus from the financial services industry, Frazier had a long-time career with Merrill Lynch as a Wealth Manager/Senior Financial Consultant and from 2004-2008, she led the Merrill Lynch firm's strategic initiative to establish a global Practice Management Consulting platform in Europe. As Vice-President, Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Practice Management Consultant, Frazier lived in London and coached diverse, multi-cultural financial advisor teams and executive management teams across 10 countries in the EMEA Region.

Frazier has a BS Degree in Marketing from Indiana University, Northwest and an Executive MBA from Columbia University which included a class trip to Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore, where students interacted with academic, political and business leaders in each country.

The Tuesday program will be held in the New Residence Hall 1st Floor Conference Room at 6 pm.  All programs are open to the public and are free of charge.  For more information, contact ELC Project Development Coordinator Reginald Whiteside at or at 610 399-2683.