Who We Are
Kebina Young Frazier
What do you do for Van Dyke Horn?
I support clients in building strong brand recognition by crafting key messaging that resonates with their stakeholders and the communities that they serve. I accomplish this by strategizing with them on all things related to media relations, marketing, and community engagement.
What are some highlights from your previous experience?
Before joining Van Dyke Horn, I oversaw communications and community relations for a Detroit-based fab lab.
Before that, I was marketing director for the Radio One Detroit cluster of urban radio stations, and marketing director for the workforce development and continuing education division of Wayne County Community College District. I began my career in broadcast news as an assignment editor in Miami, Florida, and then a producer in Lansing, Michigan, before returning to Detroit.
How do you support the community?
Passionate about equity in education, I currently volunteer as a facilitator with the Best Classroom Project, an organization founded by Detroit parents to collaborate with Detroit families in finding the best educational options for their children. I also serve as a board member of the Detroit Equity Lab School, an educational start-up in Detroit.
One of your top career achievements:
Teaching. I taught English, grades 8-12, at a local Madrasa.
I earned a Master of Arts degree in English from Marygrove College and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Media Arts from Clark Atlanta University.
“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” – Maya Angelou