Jamie Frazier, a PE/Health teacher at Homestead High School here in Fort Wayne, grew up playing baseball for Time Corners Little League. He was a catcher for the Homestead baseball program from 1986-1990. In 1989, he joined a US baseball team with Sport For Understanding, on a month long trip to Adelaide, Australia. Jamie then attended Indiana University, Bloomington, where he received his Bachelors degree in Kinesiology in May of 1994. In 1996 Jamie coached for the SFU baseball program and coached a team that went to Brisbane and Toowomba, Australia. In 2013 he joined the WBA and World Partners on a mission trip to Kangundo, Kenya. Then in 2015, Jamie joined the WBA and Crosswinds in going to Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic. In 2018 he moved into a leadership role for the WBA, becoming the leader of the annual Dominican Republic trip. Jamie has two daughters, Ally (DR trips 2015-2018) and Leah, and is married to Stephanie (DR trips in 2018-2019). In his spare time he likes to run, play tennis, and travel.
Countries served: Australia, Kenya, Dominican Republic