Anddrikk L. Frazier ’94
A Tampa native, Anddrikk Frazier has 20 years of professional experience in the field of energy providing services in power production, project management, power station construction, natural gas commodities and business development for alternative fuels. In 2015, he founded Integral Energy and serves as its President & CEO. With 12 employees and independent contractors, he manages Integral’s operations and direction while developing strategic partnerships. Recently, Integral and the Port of Tampa Bay announced a partnership to develop 6 acres for a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) facility that will include a convenience store and truck fueling location at the Port’s main terminal, the first of its kind in Florida located at a Port facility. Previously, he held roles at Trillium CNG in business development and at TECO Energy’s subsidiaries, Tampa Electric and Peoples Gas.
Civically, Anddrikk is committed to giving back to his community. He has served on several Tampa Bay area boards, including the YMCAs of Tampa Bay, the Ybor City Development Corporation, the Westshore Alliance, Northside Mental Health, the University Area Development Corporation, the Tampa Prep Alumni Board and the University of South Florida Varsity Club. Anddrikk’s current board service includes: The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, Boys & Girls Club of Tampa Bay, More Health, Tampa Preparatory Board of Trustees and most recently a founding member of the University of South Florida’s Black Leadership Network (BLN) which was founded in 2016.
Anddrikk is a graduate of the University of South Florida (Bachelor of Science in Engineering) where he was a 3-year letter winner for the men’s basketball team (1996-99) and is married to Rena (Upshaw) Frazier. The two have been residents of Brandon, FL since 2006 and have 4 daughters. Anddrikk and Rena are members of Love First Christian Center in Riverview, FL (Drs. Jomo & Charmaine Cousins).