Brian Frazee serves as Vice President of Government Affairs for the Maryland Hospital Association (MHA). In this capacity, he advocates for Maryland’s hospitals and health systems primarily before the Governor, his administration, and the Maryland General Assembly.
Prior to joining MHA in 2015, Brian served as Director of Public Policy for the Maryland Association of Community Services, a state association of over 100 nonprofit providers supporting people with developmental disabilities. He also served as an Associate with Capitol Strategies, a government affairs firm in Annapolis. Brian began his career as an intern with former Senate Finance Committee Chairman Thomas "Mac" Middleton before serving as the Senator's campaign manager.
Brian graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) with a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and a Master's Degree in Public Policy with a concentration in health policy. At UMBC, he was a member of the Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars Program, the Honors College, and served as the University’s Community & Governmental Relations Assistant. Brian serves as Executive Vice President of the UMBC Alumni Association Board of Directors and as a member of the Maryland Government Relations Association (MGRA) Board of Directors and Maryland Nonprofits Policy Council.