Vice President | Shell USA Inc. Company Foundation
Dr. Frazier Wilson oversees Shell’s corporate and foundation contributions, workforce, community, employee giving, and education outreach programs. Wilson has worked at Shell for over 25 years in accounting and community relations roles. Prior to joining Shell, he worked in education as a teacher, volunteer, and mentor. He holds a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Jackson State University and an MBA and doctorate in Educational Leadership from Texas Southern University.
Active in the community, Wilson is a graduate of Leadership Houston, American Leadership Forum, the United Way’s Project Blueprint, and a mentor with Big Brothers and Big Sisters. He currently serves as Chairman for Smithsonian Science Education Center board and the Texas Southern University Foundation board. He is also on the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston board and advisory councils for the Jackson State College of Business, KIPP Academy-Houston, and Texas Southern University College of Science and Technology. He is chairman emeritus of 100 Black Men of Metropolitan Houston, a national mentoring organization.
Overview: This workshop will explore how Corporate Partners’ social investments like donations, volunteering, access, and thought partnership have helped the 100 BMOA shape local and state policy, programs, and the lives of Black people nationally and globally. This workshop will feature short stories about pervasive Black community problems (i.e., public/charter schools, financial literacy, prostate cancer, hurricane Katrina). Additionally, we will discuss how our BOLD LEADERSHIP and SHARED VISION of our public, private, and civic groups have made a monumental impact on our community.