Tasha Dawn Frazie

Research Associate

Since July 2016, Mr. Tasha Dawn Frazie has been a Research Associate at gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom). Ms. Frazie attended West Virginia University where she graduated with two Bachelor of Arts degrees in Foreign Language: Mandarin Chinese and Political Science: International Relations.She obtained her Masters of International Business (MIB) in 2013 from Hult International Business School and in May 2016 her Juris Doctor (J.D.) from West Virginia University College of Law.

Since July 2016, Mr. Tasha Dawn Frazie has been a Research Associate at gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom). Ms. Frazie attended West Virginia University where she graduated with two Bachelor of Arts degrees in Foreign Language: Mandarin Chinese and Political Science: International Relations. During her B.A. studies, she studied at Universities located in Taipei, Taiwan and Qingdao, China. She obtained her Masters of International Business (MIB) in 2013 from Hult International Business School, located in London, United Kingdom. Starting her MIB in London, United Kingdom, Ms. Frazie traveled to Shanghai, China to finish out her academic studies focusing in the areas of Marketing, Publication, and Business Formation. In May 2016, she graduated with her Juris Doctor (J.D.) from West Virginia University College of Law, United States, with a concentration in International Law. She worked as a research assistant focusing in the areas of International Business and Business Transaction Drafting. In November 2015, she was published on the prestigious Oxford Human Rights Blog, publishing an article titled “The Chinese Human Rights Roundup.” Her main areas of focus are in International Relations, East Asian Law and Business, Energy Law, and Human Rights. She is a native English speaker and is semi-fluent in Mandarin, Chinese.

Last Update: May 2016

  • International Relations
  • East Asian Law and Business
  • Energy Law
  • Human Rights