Janice Fraser is an entrepreneur and interaction designer for web and mobile products. During her 15 years in Silicon Valley, Janice has raised capital, founded both successful and failed startups, consulted to both large enterprises and early stage firms.
Janice was Co-Founder of design firm Adaptive Path and served as the company’s first Chief Executive Officer. During Janice's tenure, Adaptive Path tripled in staff and revenues, developed and sold a product to Google, coined the term Ajax, and transformed Adaptive Path from a lifestyle partnership to a high-growth firm.
Janice has been a Guest Speaker at many conferences and universities, including Haas, Kellogg, Stanford, and the Presidio Graduate School of Management.
Janice serves as an Adviser to many startups, including TaskRabbit, Mingly, PopVox and Diaspora.
Janice earned her B.A. degree in English from Ohio University in 1989.
Board & Advisor Roles (5)Update
|Mar 16, 2016||First Round Capital Review - Build Your User Base with These Human Behavior Hacks|
|Dec 9, 2015||Inc.com - Pivotal Labs Finds Success with Self-Managed Teams|
|Jun 24, 2015||stthomas.edu - Silicon Valley Up Close|
|Oct 2, 2014||TechCrunch - Design Firm Adaptive Path Acquired By Capital One|
|Apr 20, 2013||Venture Beat - Want to be a world-class growth hacker? Then get out of the building!|
|Jan 15, 2013||TechInAsia - Singapore Geek Girls Reach Out to More Women Entrepreneurs|
|Jan 16, 2012||TechInAsia - Tokyo’s Open Network Lab Partners With AQ To Improve UX For Start-ups|
|Aug 31, 2011||Tech Zulu - TechZulu • Los Angeles Startup Weekend August 2011|