Jackson Frazier is currently a Research Analyst in the banking and finance group at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. In May 2016, he graduated from The Ohio State University with degrees in Mathematics and Economics. During his time as an undergraduate, he conducted research that explores the relationship between segregation and public finance for education, as well as research related to gender and immigration. He previously served as a non-voting trustee of the Broad Street Food Pantry through involvement with the Nonprofit Immersion Program, in addition to working for the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and serving as a Student Instructional Associate with the Department of Mathematics. After his time is finished at the Federal Reserve, he plans to attend law school to pursue a career in public interest law.