Fraser Clark

Fraser Clark, Consultant, has earned a reputation in the corporate world for developing people to achieve results. He offers clients powerful, pragmatic feedback derived from his extensive knowledge of business tools and the realities of the executive suite – knowledge gained from more than 30 years in the business world.

As Vice President of Strategy and Development at Kraft, Fraser headed many flagship consumer businesses in addition to new product initiatives. He trained and facilitated teams in strategic analysis, innovation and change management. In addition, Fraser was co-founder and owner of a specialty custom-furniture retailer, Sawbridge Studios. Fraser has a degree in business from the University of Michigan and counseling psychology from the Adler School of Psychology. He serves as an adjunct at Loyola University's Family Business Center leading the Next Generation Leadership Institute.

Fraser is a member of Korn-Ferry/Lominger’s Master Faculty for leadership competency architecture, developmental feedback and high potential identification.  He is also a member of the Hogan Assessments coaching network. Fraser has been a speaker on innovation and entrepreneurship at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.