Reneé S. Frazier, MHSA, FACHE
CEO & Project Director for Aligning Forces for Equality
Healthy Memphis Common Table

Reneé Frazier is an experienced leader in the healthcare management arena with expertise in hospital operations, managed care, volunteer and community service, health promotion, strategic planning, and organizational excellence. She has a long history of advocating for greater transparency of healthcare quality indicators and patient experience report cards. She is a strong community leader who addresses issues regarding consumer activation, health policy, environmental barriers, health equity, and neighborhood engagement in Memphis and Shelby Counties.

Ms. Frazier frequently provides expert opinion on a wide range of health, leadership, and lifestyle topics. She has been featured locally, nationally, and internationally in media outlets, including CNN.com, Nieuwsuur (a Dutch television news outlet), The Commercial Appeal, The Daily News, Memphis Flyer, Memphis Business Journal, and The Tennessean. She has written a number of healthcare-related articles and conducted workshops for the medical community and lay public.

Ms. Frazier serves on numerous national and regional committees, including the National Quality Forum (NQF) Population Health Framework Project Committee, NQF Health and Well Being Steering Committee, American College of Healthcare Executives Journal of Healthcare Management Editorial Board, HHS Regional Health Equity Council (Region IV), BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Disparities Council, and the American Heart Association Tennessee Advocacy Subcommittee. She holds a BA in business and sociology from the University of Maryland and an MA in health services administration from George Washington University.