Keo Frazier is an executive leader with proven success in marketing, communications, strategic leadership, brand engagement and public affairs. Her career and focus of her life’s work is to enhance the human experience, be a brand expert and strategic marketer; all to elevate who we are collectively — locally, nationally and globally. An entrepreneur at heart, she has founded seven companies and New Thinkers, a think tank for creating world change. Most recently, she was director of communications and public affairs at Denver Housing Authority (DHA). Prior to joining DHA, Keo was the vice president of communications at Emily Griffith Technical College and the vice president of marketing at McWhinney Real Estate.
As an innovator and strategist, Ms. Frazier has spearheaded and executed a multitude of marketing and branding projects for major corporations and organizations across Colorado and nationwide including The City of Denver Department of Transportation is rebranding, and reimagining the Park Hill Golf Course, 40 McWhinney projects across the nation, overseeing a rebrand for The Denver Housing Authority, a “We Educate Colorado” campaign for Metropolitan State University, United Airlines TED fleet, Forest City Stapleton, Five Points Business District, many departments within the City and County of Denver, The University of Colorado, and the University of Denver among others.
Ms. Frazier has earned several awards for her work in marketing and community involvement including being named to the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce's Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Business, Marketing 2.0 Influencer Award, Denver Business Journal’s Top 40 under 40 and Outstanding Women in Business in Real Estate, ColoradoBiz Magazine’s Top Company list and Top 25 XYZer, GO Magazine Leader of the Pack and Top 50 Minority Owned Business Owners in Colorado.
Ms. Frazier is civically-minded and has served on nearly 20 nonprofit boards. She is an alumnus of the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation Leadership Denver, Legacy Denver, Colorado Experience, Downtown Denver Leadership Program, and the President’s Council for Cornell Women, among others. She’s also completed two strategic business courses with McKinsey. She currently serves on three Governor-appointed board of commissioners, which are the Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors Board; Colorado Educational and Cultural Facilities Authority; and Middle Income Housing Authority. She has also earned multiple awards.
Overall, Ms. Frazier is wholeheartedly committed to the betterment of our communities.