Well-known Utah Investor, Business Leader Scott Frazier Joins Converus Board of Directors
Frazier has been very active in working with seed stage Utah, having funded more than 80 companies. He has invested in Converus’ recent $1.8 million bridge round.
LEHI, Utah – June 20, 2017 – Seasoned Utah Investor Scott Frazier has joined the Converus Board of Directors. He’s funded more than 80 Utah companies, including many of Utah’s current technology and healthcare leaders. Last month he invested in Converus’ recent $1.8 million bridge round.
“I’m honored to be on the Converus Board of Directors,” said Frazier. “In my experience, it’s primarily trust that facilitates our commercial, social and communal interactions, so technology that credibly and quickly verifies the integrity of the party you’re dealing with is a big step forward. Converus’ EyeDetect technology is already bringing these benefits to hundreds of government and business users worldwide.”
Frazier is currently serving as CEO of EmployeeReferrals.com, the leader in job referral technology; and as a Managing Director of Diversification Partners, a fund that provides liquidity to founders and early investors of growing, VC/PE backed companies.
“Scott’s impressive skill and experience in working with technology start-ups makes him a fantastic addition to the Converus Board of Directors,” said Converus President and CEO Todd Mickelsen.
Frazier’s held numerous positions previously, including co-founding the Utah Angels and serving as its managing director from 1997-2009. He has an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a bachelor of arts degree from Brigham Young University.
For more information on EyeDetect, visit www.converus.com.
# # #
Converus (“with truth”) is committed to providing trustworthy credibility assessment solutions. Its flagship product, EyeDetect®, is the world’s first scientifically validated, ocular-motor deception detection solution. It’s an unbiased, accurate, cost-effective and nonintrusive method that detects deception in 30 minutes by analyzing eye and other behaviors. The same scientists credited with computerizing the polygraph in 1991 developed EyeDetect. It’s a new way for organizations to manage risk and ensure workplace integrity, and for law enforcement agencies and governments to detect deception. Ultimately, it helps protect countries, corporations and communities from corruption, fraud and threats. Converus is headquartered in Lehi, Utah. Visit www.converus.com.
Press Contact: Jeff Pizzino, APR / +1 480.606.8292