The late Regina Fraser was a marketing, media and communications strategist. She held management positions in corporate communications, video, advertising and marketing for 31 years with a major airline.
Regina developed marketing strategies for Discovery Channel Inc., Art.com, The Polish American Contractors and Builders Association Exposition (in Warsaw, Wroclaw, and Chicago), The Greenwich Festival (England), and United Airlines/Academy of Motion Pictures promotions. Additionally, she was a loaned executive to the Americans for the Arts and the White House Millennium Council where she developed a cultural exchange program for the 50 largest cities in the United States.
An energetic world traveler, Regina's interest in the arts took her to more than 35 countries. She was a member of the Chicago Sister Cities International Program with Durban, South Africa, and chair of its sub-committee on Arts & Culture. Regina serves on several boards, including the James Jordan foundation and Music Alive, an educational arts program for music in schools.