SACRAMENTO – He’s the epitome of struggle and success. The Indivizible Speakers Series welcomes Dr. George C. Fraser on Monday, October 20.

Fraser will share insights with an audience of members and the community at The Guild Theater from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Fraser is chairman and CEO of FraserNet, Inc., a company he founded some 28 years ago with the vision to lead a global networking movement that brings together diverse human resources to increase opportunities for people of African descent. He is considered by many to be a new voice for African Americans and one of the foremost authorities on economic development, networking and building effective relationships.

Born in Brooklyn, NY, he was an orphan and foster child for 14 years. Despite educators telling him he wasn’t college material, Fraser graduated from high school with a vocational diploma in woodworking. He mopped floors on the midnight shift at LaGuardia Airport, while he paid his own way through college. Later, in 1996, he graduated from the prestigious Dartmouth College; Minority Business Executive Program. In 1999, he was awarded the Honorary Doctorate Degree of Humane Letters from Jarvis Christian College.

Dr. Fraser rose to leadership positions with Procter & Gamble, the United Way, and Ford Motor Company. He is also the author of such books as “Success Runs In Our Race: Complete Guide to Effective Networking in the African American Community and Race For Success,” “The Ten Best Business Opportunities for Blacks In America,” and “Click: Ten Truths for Building Extraordinary Relationships.”

Dr. Fraser is also the publisher of the award-winning SuccessGuide Worldwide: The Networking Guide to Black Resources and the founder of the national annual PowerNetworking Conference, where thousands of Black professionals, business owners, and community leaders gather learn the art and science of networking, entrepreneurship and wealth creation.

UPSCALE magazine name him one of the “Top 50 Power Brokers in Black America and “Black Enterprise Magazine” called him “Black America’s #1 Networker”

The discussion is free, but seating is limited. The Guild Theater is located at 2828 35th Street. For more, visit