Published on May 20th, 2016 | by Brandon H


Michele Frazier

As the founder of her educational mentorship program, educational consultant Michele Frazier has poured so much of her time, sweat and tears to be sure in the fact that students who are enrolled into her mentorship program are getting the attention and education they need to grow and improve in every area of life, especially in the classroom.

Without the assistance of the parents closely involved with the educational mentorship program, it’s fair to say that the growth and success of the program would have been strongly and negatively affected. Ms. Frazier understands the critical role she plays in the lives of her adolescent pupils which is the reason for why she strives to give every second she can spare for the children and their hope for success.

For the past 10 years, Michele Frazier has rapidly gained more students allowing the mentoring program to thrive. She has recently been searching for ways to duplicate herself and spread the highly successful education mentorship program to other states within America.

What are your favorite books?

I highly enjoy self-help books because there’s so much truth to them.

What’s your favorite film?

My favorite film would have to be “Moulin Rouge!”

What can you look forward to in the future?

I’m hoping to very soon have my mentoring program for children open a couple businesses. One in Georgia and in Arizona.

What’s your favorite thing about working in your industry?

I enjoy watching that little park in a child’s eyes when I tell them something and they “get it”. It lets me know I’m communicating effectively and making a connection with them.

What motivates you every day?

Simply being able to pour value into children and impact their young lives. I am motivated to change the world my changing lots of young lives for the better.

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