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Quinetha “Que” Frasier with Social Impact Advisors is an expert funding strategist, keynote speaker, Radio Host and advisor with over 18 years of experience in the philanthropic sector; supporting individuals, organizations and corporations in building sustainable business models and defining social impact across the globe. Que is currently the Co-Founder and CEO of MyPledger, a Financial Technology (FinTech) firm focused on increasing payment and pledge collections through innovative software solutions. She founded her first advisory firm, FirstBorn Group, in 2004 to consult with non-governmental organizations and then launched Social Mission Architects in 2013 (with business partner Darrell Glasco) that advised organizations like Georgia Tech Scheller Business School and GA Appleseed, about creating and sustaining earned income. Prior to joining MyPledger, Que co-founded and managed the African American Leadership Council (AALC)- a dynamic group of 75 minority philanthropists in Charleston, SC- who have pledged to raise $2 million for the Trident United Way; Her most recent work includes the facilitation of the Hull Fellows Program for the Southeastern Council of Foundations(SECF) in Atlanta, Georgia. Que’s personal passion and mission is to motivate, inspire and prepare people desire to make a positive impact in the world.

As a sought-after keynote speaker and trainer, she facilitates group meetings and workshops across the country. Her clientele includes a variety of faith-based entities; the Georgia Center for Nonprofits; Allen University; Technovate; Global Social Venture Competition(GA Tech); The Foundation Center; Office of Congressman John Lewis; the Girltank Foundation (in partnership with beauty-retailer Sephora); and the Higher Education Counselor Association (HECA). She has published articles in the GA Center for Nonprofit’s Centerpoint Newsletter, Charleston Business Journal and column.

A proud Gullah Native of the Sea Islands of Charleston, SC, Quinetha is a graduate of Tuskegee University, with a B.S. in Political Science and Webster University with a MBA degree. She holds national certification by the National Development Council and NeighborWorks in Economic Development Finance, Community Development and Grantwriting. Que enjoys global travel with her Beau; interviewing change-makers; listening to NPR; reading tons of non-fiction books; watching Wheel of Fortune; and ‘geeking-out’ on new technology that accelerates philanthropy. Connect with Que on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.



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