D. Fraser Associates works with clients to cultivate and grow critical relationships to establish successful partnerships that result in improved health outcomes for underserved populations and improved company performance.
Innovative clients retain D. Fraser Associates because of its ability to help them achieve revenue growth and operational efficiencies through its work in public health and the community by successfully delivering results in the following areas:
Market Development – DFA works with its clients and the community to ensure that new products and services are meeting the needs of populations that are currently being underserved.
Pipeline Development – DFA provides counsel to its clients in the area of pipeline/product development by aligning advocates and key opinion leaders to play a proactive role throughout the process – from conception through to approval.
Public-Private Partnerships – DFA strives to establish public-private partnerships that contribute significantly to its client’s bottom line – while focused on addressing health disparities in underserved communities.
Funding – DFA has established strong relationships with public health agencies on both the federal and local level and works with its clients to secure funding.
Successful Partnerships that Deliver Better Outcomes
OraSure Technologies President and CEO Doug Michels with Bill Gates at the amfAR Gala.
Debra Fraser-Howze on the steps of New York City Hall on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Debra Fraser-Howze with Alicia Keys on National HIV Testing Day
Debra Fraser-Howze is a guest on Reverend Al Sharpton’s radio show hosted at the Congressional Black Caucus
Debra Fraser-Howze at the National Press Club on National Girls and Women HIV/AIDS Awareness Day introducing Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin.
LAKE FOREST, CA - DECEMBER 1, 2006: Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) and Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren joke before the start of a press conference after they took a public OraQuick Rapid HIV test at the second annual Global Summit on AIDS and The Church, at Saddleback Church December 1, 2006 in Lake Forest, California (Associated Press)
Debra Fraser-Howze with President Bill Clinton
Debra Fraser-Howze with Hillary Clinton at birthday gathering for Mayor David Dinkins
Debra Fraser-Howze with Bill Clinton on Martha’s Vineyard
Opening the NASDAQ with PSI and Actress Debra Messing
U.S. Senator Cory Booker takes an OraQuick HIV Test
Magic Johnson demonstrates on CNN how easy it is to take a HIV Self Test
Debra Fraser-Howze escorts Magic Johnson to the podium
Magic Johnson, Debra Fraser-Howze, Dr. Beny Primm, and Doug Michels.
Dr. Beny Primm, Debra Fraser-Howze and Cornelius Baker
Corporate Hepatitis Alliance national meeting
President Barack Obama, Marianne Spraggins and Debra Fraser-Howze
U.S. Congressman Charles Rangel, Rev. Warnock, Rev. Tucker, Congresswoman Maxine Waters on Capitol Hill to support HR. Black Clergy Bill to Eliminate HIV/AIDS
Ambassador Deborah Birx, COVID Task Force, with Debra Fraser-Howze
Rev. Calvin O. Butts, III of the historic Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem advocating for HR-1964 on Capitol Hill
U.S. Congressman Gregory Meeks and Debra Fraser-Howze at the U.S. President's State of the Union Address, Feb. 5, 2020