Jeff Fraker began his journey as a digital communicator in 1988 as a U.S. Navy Broadcast-Journalist. Graduating from the Defense Information School in May 1998, he served six years as a radio disc jockey, television news reporter and newspaper editor in the Indian Ocean, Sicily and southeast Georgia. In 1994, he returned to Florida to work as a newspaper journalist in Lady Lake, Fl. and the director of Ocala News Tonight, a daily cable news show in Marion, Pasco, Lake and Sumter counties.
He attended Full Sail University’s Digital Media program in 2005 to expand his toolbox into the emerging industry software programs and graduated in March 2006 with his Associates of Science in Digital Media. He returned to government service in June 2006 as a Media Production Specialist for Polk County Public Schools in the Community Relations Department supporting the audio-visual needs of the Polk County School Board.
In January of 2013, he entered the classroom as a video production instructor at Haines City High School and transferred to Lakeland Senior High, his alma mater, in June of 2015 to join the Multimedia Communications Academy as the Digital Video Production instructor.