Diana H. Frazier is a Senior Advisor at Entrepreneurship Ventures Inc. Prior to this, Diana was a Senior Advisor to FLAG Capital Management, a company she co-founded in 1994. In September 2015, FLAG Capital Management was acquired by Aberdeen Group.

As FLAG Capital Management, LLC, the firm was an international fund-of- funds venture capital with offices in Stamford, CT, Boston, MA and Hong Kong, China. The company grew from its founding in 1994 to over $6.3 billion in assets and 70 employees. FLAG invested client commitments across a platform of four diversified private capital fund-of-funds products:  U.S. venture capital, U.S. private equity, non-U.S. venture capital and private equity, and global real assets.

Diana has over thirty years of experience in the venture capital and private equity industry. Prior to co-founding FLAG, she spent a decade with BancBoston Ventures, Inc., rising to the rank of President; established the family office of Mitch Kapor, high-tech entrepreneur and founder of LOTUS Development overseeing his personal and business relations, including traditional money managers, alternative investments, and direct venture investments; and spent one year with a large hedge fund dealing primarily with high net worth investors. Diana also has ten years of international experience in economic consulting and systems analysis.

She is a former director of Small Business Investor Alliance (SBIA) formerly known as NASBIC; founding advisor to the Institute for Private Investors; elected as the only board member on National Venture Capital Association representing VC Limited Partners; trustee of the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS); charter member of the Business Leadership Council of Wellesley College; Advisory Board Member to the MIT Finance Committee, member of the MIT Sloan School of Management Dean’s Advisory Council and recipient of the FWA 2005 Distinguished Entrepreneur Award.

Ms. Frazier has an Honors BA in Economics from Wellesley College and a Master’s Degree in Management from the MIT Sloan School of Management.