© 2018 by Kyle Frazier Consulting. 


Kyle Frazier 

Kyle Frazier is the owner of Kyle Frazier Consulting, Inc. where he has represented the legislative interests of his business clients since 1998. His clients' interests include water desalination, water rights, healthcare, alcohol regulation and taxes. 

Frazier has been involved in politics and governmental relations for over thirty years, having begun his career working on the Mark White for Governor Campaign in 1983. Upon winning his election, Governor White appointed Mr. Frazier to serve as Deputy Director of Appointments. In that position Frazier advised the Governor on pending appointments to statewide Boards, Commissions and State Agencies. 

Frazier returned to the campaign trail in 1986 where he directed a variety of statewide and regional political campaigns in numerous states. It was during this time that he returned to Texas politics and managed (retired Congressman) Jim Turner's successful race for the Texas State Senate in 1990. 

Next, Frazier applied his statewide political experience to the private sector, where he became Director of Industry Affairs for the Wholesale Beer Distributors of Texas. In this role, Frazier was responsible for monitoring political activities for the association and lobbying efforts before the Texas Legislature and the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. 

In June of 1998, Frazier was recruited to join the Schlueter Group, an Austin-based lobbying firm. There he continued to utilize his diverse political experience, leadership skills and long term relationships with legislative leaders to represent a diverse clientele before the Texas legislature, several state agencies, and numerous entities within the federal government. 

Frazier studied at Baylor University and has participated in extensive professional development training on behalf of his clients, including water desalination, alcohol regulation and healthcare policy. Frazier has maintained an active role in the Austin community, including service as the Board President of Keep Texas Beautiful and as a board member for the Woman's Advocacy Project.