Jan Fraser is a National Speaker Association CSP™ (Certified Speaking Professional™), the speaking profession’s highest earned professional designation. Less than 12 percent of the 5,000 speakers worldwide, who belong to the 14 member associations of the Global Speakers Federation, currently hold this professional designation.
For years, she worked chairside for an orthodontist and became the office manager. Then, working as an insurance adjuster, she learned how to rebuild a dwelling after a fire.
All her job experiences have taught her the magic of reinvention and thriving no matter the situation. ‘Take your next best step she would say.’
Jan is the very definition of a “self-starter” and brings real world experience to her keynotes, training, and coaching. An airline industry superstar, she rose from the ramp support team to the ticket counter to flight attendant to instructor, training thousands of flight attendants over the years
As a member of the American Airlines Performance Solutions Team, she spoke on leadership, self-esteem, life balance, stress reduction, and exceptional customer service throughout the United States, as well as South Korea, Japan, Guam, Australia, Turkey, Italy and India.
Since moving on from the airline industry, Jan has conducted training worldwide for Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, schools, colleges, women’s organizations, library systems, executives and dignitaries. She serves as an adjunct professor at Bermuda College.
Jan has helped over 100 people become Amazon Bestselling authors through her popular writer retreats and has created multiple bestsellers herself. She is the creator of the Amazon Bestselling Inspired Life Book Series.
For over 20 years, she has trained with and assists ‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’ author Jack Canfield with his hugely popular self-esteem and success seminars.
Jan is someone who not only talks the talk but walks the walk. She has completed several 39-mile Avon Walks for Breast Cancer Awareness and is co-captain of her Relay for Life Team. Jan successfully skydived over Las Vegas at 14,000 feet. She has received numerous accolades, awards and tributes but the one she treasures the most is the Community Service Award for her work with cancer charities.
Married with two daughters, one son and nine grandchildren, she balances her life between the shores of Lake Las Vegas and Bermuda.