Alice P. Frazier is secretary of the Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA), the only national advocacy organization that exclusively represents community banks.
President and CEO of Bank of Charles Town, W. Va., Frazier serves in many leadership roles at ICBA. She is a member of the ICBA Executive Committee, board of directors and Federal Delegate Board. She serves on the Policy Development Committee and as Executive Committee liaison to the Consumer Financial Services and Bank Education committees. She is also a member of the Consolidated Holdings and Service Network boards.
She has previously served on the ICBA board of directors as chairman of the Bank Operations and Payments Committee and as an at-large director. She is also past chairman of the Large Community Bank Council and past vice chairman of the Policy Development Committee.
Frazier is also active at the local level. She is past chairman of the Virginia Association of Community Banks. She currently serves on the WVU Medicine University Healthcare Eastern Panhandle Board and Foundation and the Loudoun Education Foundation.
Frazier has a Bachelor of Science degree from Radford University and is a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking and the Graduate School of Bank Investments.
She lives in Leesburg, Va. with her husband. They have two sons and a daughter-in-law.