Michaela Frazier is a social worker specializing in program development and staff training in interdisciplinary settings. Michaela has worked at various non-profit agencies in administrative positions and is currently at The Institute for Family Health in the role of Regional Director of Care Coordination and Interim Director of Community Programs. At the Institute Michaela oversees an interdisciplinary department including care management, social services, community programs and other grant funded programs. She also volunteers as a social work educator for Social Workers Sierra Leone where she mentors new social workers.
Michaela is always looking for exciting ways to bring business principles to the social work field. Her most recent research has focused on the relationship of burnout and supervisory relationships in social services, addressing social determinants of health, and developing quality health promotion programs. Michaela received her MSW from Fordham University and is currently completing her doctoral dissertation at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in business psychology.