Make Purpose Your Priority!
Quinetha Frasier, affectionately known as "Que," is a self-proclaimed tech evangelist for Philanthropy. This serial entrepreneur is the Cofounder of a pledge automation software company and CEO of a Nonprofit Management Consulting firm. Que is the perfect storm between Tech and Philanthropy. As an expert funding strategist, keynote speaker, and technology advisor she has spent the past 18 years raising money; supporting grantmakers, and building the capacity of over 300 nonprofits across the country. Organizations like the Southeastern Council of Foundations, Trident United Way, University of Georgia, Veterans Empowerment Organization, Foundation Center and the Andrew Young Foundation have relied on Que’s strategy, training and advisement to support and build sustainable social impact programs.
Que’s personal passion and mission is to motivate, inspire and prepare people who 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 targeted to Nonprofit Founders and Social Entrepreneurs. Her clientele has included 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; Rainbow Push; Net Impact; The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame (Tommy Dortch) 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 Idealist.org column.
A proud Gullah Native of the Sea Islands of Charleston, SC, Quinetha is a graduate of Tuskegee University, and Webster University. 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.