Dr. Paul Frazier

frazierAssociate Vice President

Dr. Paul Frazier has received a Doctorate in Education Leadership, a Masters in Educational Mid-Management, a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction and a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas Tech University. Dr. Frazier currently serves as the Associate Vice President of the Division of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Texas Tech University. He has taught as an adjunct instructor at Texas Tech University, teaching both undergraduate and graduate level education courses. He served in public education for 23 years as the Executive Director of Student Administrative Services, a high school principal, middle school assistant principal, and alternative school assistant principal. He has also taught History and English on the high school and middle levels, in addition to coaching several high school sports.

Dr. Frazier has served on various civic and community boards. He served as the Region 1 Disportionality Texas Statewide Representative for Child Protective Services, as a board member of the Lubbock American Diabetes Association, is a member of the Texas Association of School Administrators and Texas Alliance of Black School Educators, is a board member for the Lubbock ISD Athletic Hall of Honor and the Adult Education Board. He served on the Athletics Diversity and Outreach Advisory Council for Texas Tech University and the Texas Tech University Diversity Council. He is a member of Texas Association of Chicanos, a member of the Black Faculty and Staff Association at Texas Tech, a member of the Chinese Faculty and Staff, served as the treasurer of the Latino/ Hispanic Faculty and Staff. He serves on the Ethics Advisory Committee at Texas Tech, the Texas Tech Greek Life Advisory Council, the International Affairs Council and the Texas Tech Academic Council. He is a member of the 100 Black Men of West Texas. He is a board member for the Texas Diversity Council and is board member for the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education.

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