Fabian De Rozario is a consultant and facilitator of talent engagement seminars/programs, delivering more than 100 workshops and seminars each year at Fortune 100 companies domestically and abroad. Program topics include diversity & inclusion, cross-cultural proficiency, workforce engagement, and leadership.

Fabian is a Senior Consultant and Lead Facilitator at Korn/Ferry International and also has a private consulting & training practice, GlobalConnect LP. He also serves as the Diversity Director for the National Society of High School Scholars.

Fabian was born and raised in Malaysia and completed his secondary education in Edinburgh, Scotland. He graduated from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale with two B.S. degrees (Management and Marketing) and a M.S. degree in Parks & Recreation Administration.

He served in student services leadership, instructor, and corporate trainer roles at Northern Illinois University and at University of Arkansas at Little Rock (where he was the Director of the Donaghey Student Center). From 1998 to 2006, Fabian was the Director of U.S. University Relations and Global Operations for the Golden Key International Honour Society headquartered in Atlanta.

Fabian is a leader and frequent volunteer in the Atlanta community, serving as the 2009 & 2010 President of NAAAP Atlanta (National Association of Asian American Professionals) and co-founding MAG (Malaysian Association of Georgia). In June 2005, Fabian received the Georgia Society of Association Executives President’s Award and was named a “Mover & Shaker” of the association in 2007. Fabian is a 2006 honoree of Who’s Who in Asian American Communities (WWAAC) in Georgia and now serves on the WWAAC Foundation Board. He is also currently on the Board of Directors at CPACS (Center for Pan Asian Community Services). He is a graduate of the 2009 class of the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Regional Leadership Institute, and is a member of the 2011 Class of Leadership Atlanta. Fabian has previously served as NAAAP National’s Chief Business Development Officer (2011-2013) and Career Fair Director for the 2011 National Convention.