Eva Frazer is a community volunteer and arts advocate who has committed her life to making St. Louis a better and healthier place to live. Although no longer practicing, she was a second-generation physician, following in the footsteps of her father, the late Dr. Charles Frazer, Jr.
Her service to the state of Missouri and the St. Louis community includes an appointment to the Board of Curators for the University of Missouri System in 1985 during which she was the first African American elected President to the Board of Curators in 1990. She also served on the 22ndCircuit Judiciary Commission, the St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation Board, the National Council on Drug and Alcoholism Board of Directors, and the Arts and Education Council. In addition to service on the board of the Regional Arts Commission, Eva serves on the St. Louis Art Museum Board of Trustees.
Eva is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City six-year Medical School program and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.