Frazier Armstrong to Serve as Speaker at December Graduation
Nov 15, 2016
Posted in: News
Frazier Armstrong, a broad-based media expert and cross-discipline media pioneer, will serve as the commencement speaker for the VCU Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture’s December graduation.
Throughout her 25-year career in the media, Armstrong has held a variety of positions for both the private and nonprofit sectors in public relations, news, marketing and communications.
For a large part of her career, Armstrong worked at the Richmond-Times Dispatch as the vice president for audience and content development and later at the Richmond Symphony as the director of advancement and patron communications.
In more recent years, she has emerged as a marketing leader among the arts across Virginia with clients such as TheatreVirginia, The Arts Council, 64 Magazine and The Richmond Forum.
Armstrong graduated from VCU with a B.S. in mass communications and volunteers her time and expertise in support of students at the Robertson School and throughout the University. She serves as a dynamic member of the School's distinguished professional advisory board and is a founding member of the School's Virginia Communications Hall of Fame steering committee.
Read her full bio here!
Commencement will take place on Friday, December 9 at the Richmond Convention Center (Exhibit Hall B) from 2pm to 3:30pm. RSVP to the event via Facebook!