Pacific University College of Business Names Wanda Frazier Placement Coordinator

Wanda FrazierThe Pacific University College of Business has appointed Wanda Frazier, MBA, as placement coordinator for the college’s students and graduates.

Frazier will work with local employers and other organizations to create internships for current students and employment opportunities for graduates. Within her role, Frazier will assist in identifying experiential opportunities for students during their time at Pacific University.

She has spent the majority of her career in the financial services sector, managing branch and corporate operations for several local banks in the community.

“Wanda’s positive energy and outgoing personality, as well as her wealth of knowledge about Pacific, is a wonderful addition to the College of Business,” Dean Jim Goodrich said. “Her years of experience networking in the banking industry and understanding of business trends throughout our region will help the college cast a wider net with prospective employers who might be interested in hiring our business students."

Frazier most recently served as executive assistant and budget manager for the Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs. She joined the Pacific staff in 2013 following more than 20 years as a vice president in the banking industry, where her primary expertise centered on process review and organizational behavior.

Founded in 2013, the Pacific University College of Business offers innovative and horizon-broadening programs in that challenge and empower students to unleash creative ideas through sound business theories and innovative thinking. In addition to offering a Master of Business Administration degree, Pacific offers undergraduate degrees in accounting, finance, international business, management and marketing.

Local and national employers interested in learning more about the Pacific University College of Business, its program and its students, are encouraged to contact Frazier at 503-352-3117 or


Friday, Feb. 23, 2018