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BOSS Coordinator and Full-Time FacultyEl Centro College
Olivia Frazier Kerr began teaching Office Technology (now BOSS) courses at Brookhaven College in 2002 as an adjunct instructor. Also in 2002, she began teaching Basic Skills/GED and Office Technology courses in the Contract Training area within the Continuing and Workforce Education Department at El Centro. From 2004 through 2006, she was a visiting scholar at Brookhaven in the Business Studies Division. She moved to El Centro College in 2006, first as an adjunct instructor and then as a full-time faculty member of the BOSS. She is currently the coordinator of the BOSS program at El Centro College.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in administrative office management from Bishop College, a Masters of Business Administration degree in strategic leadership from Amber University (now known as Amberton University) and has done additional graduate work at Northcentral University in Phoenix, Ariz.
Olivia has more than 20 years in the corporate workplace as a consultant and technical writer for companies such as IBM, Verizon, Sprint, Motorola, GTE, Ericsson and Burlington Northern Railroad. She has served on several boards and committees in the business and arts communities as well as within the colleges of DCCCD. She is an active member of the National Business Education Association and the Big D Chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals.