OCCUPATION: Executive / Industrial Trainer. President-CEO of Protocol, Inc. (an Oregon Corporation).
OCCUPATIONAL BACKGROUND: Construction Laborer (Local #296, Portland); Carpenter (Local #1388, Oregon City); Oregon Teaching Certificate (Vocational Education; Building Construction Technology, Expired); Teacher (Portland Public Schools: Madison-Marshall); Adjunct Instructor (Portland Community College); General Contractor; Auditor and Service Provider to the High-Tech Industry
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: University of Arizona, B.A. in Psychology; Portland Community College, A.A. in Vocational Education. Also Attended: Biola University, Western Seminary, Oregon Graduate Institute
PRIOR GOVERNMENTAL EXPERIENCE: None
Don Frazier has a leadership and desire to bring to Oregon the ability to find creative solutions for developing and expanding jobs and businesses. Don has worked inside the trades, taught the trades, and has founded and developed an expanding small business based on working with both management and organized labor.
Don's great desire is to see these principles, developed in the world of work, be expanded so that other Oregonians may be able to implement their dreams and visions. To accomplish this, Don seeks to develop a strong relationship with the local communities, businesses and labor to increase true journeymen, solid family owned businesses and an environment for diverse large corporations.
Oregon's greatest resource is its people and our investment should be in developing our youth, stabilizing our infrastructure, and providing for our elderly in dignity.
This is why Don is willing to be elected as Labor Commissioner of Oregon.
(This information furnished by Donald S. Frazier.)
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