Dr. Gale Frazier, Chairman – NBAC Chicago


Dr. Gale B. Frazier is an educator, civil engineer, social entrepreneur, author, inspirational, and conference speaker, certified clinical trauma professional, and ordained minister. She is the president and founder of The Daughters of Sarah International Outreach Ministries; Associate Minister for the Windsor Park Evangelical Lutheran Church; President and CEO of Construction Management Consortium LLC a construction consulting group that specializes in helping marginalized African American males with workforce development training, job readiness skills—in addition, construction trades, STEM, youth development and other related entities.  Dr. Frazier is also the Vice President of Operations for Metrocon International Inc. that focuses on global sustainability for African countries and National Dean for the US Minority Contractors Association. Dr. Frazier has worked with such entities as the Illinois Department of Transportation—civil engineer; AT&T—facilities engineer; Northrop Defense Systems—engineer; and Rush Medical Center—assistant director of construction management.  She presently serves on the advisory board for Dawson Technical Institute’s Highway Construction Training Program and consultant.

Dr. Frazier is the former Illinois NAACP State Youth and College Advisor and Youth Work Committee Chairperson —Chicago Southside Branch; former Illinois Co-State Representative for the National Council on Educating Black Children; Youth Development Director for Women for African Development–Economic Recovery Institute/Global Institute of Sustainable Development; finalist for the National Juvenile Justice fellowship; and Chairperson for the National Black Agenda Consortium. Dr. Gale Frazier is a recipient of the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship; and has traveled abroad as a lecturer and conference speaker to diverse audiences. She is the first African American graduate of the DeVry University Chicago-Project Management program. She is a recipient of the Who’s Who in Black Chicago and the Global Impact Award from Chicago State University—Global Institute.

She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Tennessee State University; a Master’s in Project Management from DeVry University—Keller Graduate School of Management; Doctor of Education from Roosevelt University; Certificate in Urban Leadership from Harvard University Graduate School of Education; Certificates from the Illinois Institute for Entrepreneurship Education, Edge University, the Joseph Business School; and Honorary Doctor of Divinity from the Kingdom of Heaven University.

Dr. Frazier is also a wife, mother, grandmother and godmother.

Her motto is, “the just shall live by faith.” Romans 1:17


  2 Responses to “Dr. Gale Frazier, Chairman – NBAC Chicago”

  1. Good Afternoon Dr. Frazier,

    I would like to discuss the Evangelism of Grace, an initiative where we will be supporting Town Hall Meetings in the communities of the members of the Apostolic Church of God throughout the Metropolitan Chicago and Suburban areas. I would like to see if you would be interested in being a guest speaker. Please give me a call or let me know the best time to reach you and I will be glad to give you more details.

    Thank You and God Bless,

    Lanyaird A. Smith
    773.256.4207 office
    773.398.4810 mobile

  2. Hi Dr.Frazier. My name is Kelsie Wicks. I am the author C229, A Constitution For African Americans, A ” To Do List”. I had a 15 minute segment on WVON Tio Hardiman show this past winter. Since then I have had the inspiration to promote the Unification of the African Community. I have called a continue to call black churches across the nation to inform them of C229 and the unification agenda. I was impressed with your credentials although I’m not as clear on the COAL agenda, though it appears black unification is a primary objective. I called black local newspapers across the country regarding C229, with several commitments to publish a corresponding article that I submitted. I will be contacting them shortly regarding my work this far in black unity. 5 years ago. C229 called for pervasive health agenda for Black America,ve.g., fresh squeezed juices. smoothies5 years passed. then Covid-19. I most recently called for unification health agenda on my site: shine1.us. I will not allow another 5 years pass and catch black people off guard. My work is not separatist. I hope others can share in our blessings. Like you, my life is guided by the spiritual guidance found in God- Yahweh ‘s, Jehovah’s, El Elohim’s Holy Word- for a long time. Please view the shine1.us website to view both C229 and the unity agenda. Please view the shine1.us Information page in the section column top right. We have health videos, a book of the month suggested reading, ” Jesus and The Disinherited”, by Dr. Howard Thurman. I will be calling newspapers around the country, pushing for the publishing of C229 each Black history month. Dr. Frazier, at your convenience I would like your critical analysis of my work this far. The Black general public has always readily accepted this work. primarily because innately they know it is inexcusable not proceed on this mission. Sincerely, Kelsie Wicks. By the way, the People vs Wicks also on the website, is the biggest lie that’s ever been told besides Jesus was not resurrected and there was no Holocaust, and everybody knows it. So dont be fearful. There are people still around who know this, one a newspaper publisher ( local). We know who did this crime. They dont want to talk about it. I have been out of prison 19 years. I am 69 years old.

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