University of Washington
Frater Sobich was initiated into the Chi chapter at the University of Washington in October 1987 and was selected to serve as a Grand Council At-Large Member in December 2015.
Peter earned a B.A. degree in communications from the University of Washington in Seattle in 1990. He also earned an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.
Frater Sobich is president of Management Strategies, a management and strategy consulting firm based in the Washington, D.C., area, serving agencies and organizations in the public and private sectors. He has previously served as chief operating officer at TrueTandem, managing director at MorganFranklin Consulting, and associate partner in the Federal Practice of IBM Global Business Services.
During the George W. Bush presidential administration, Sobich served as a Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Cabinet Secretary. Prior to his career in management consulting, Peter managed major motion picture productions for producer Jerry Weintraub at Warner Bros. in Los Angeles, New York and Miami. During this time, he also produced a number of his own independent film projects including a full-length feature film that appeared on Showtime, HBO and the Movie Channel, and is currently available on Netflix. Prior to his time at Warner Bros., he traveled across the country and around the world as a press aide in the White House Press Office during President George H. W. Bush’s administration.
Peter currently lives in Great Falls, VA, with his wife Jennifer and his three daughters: Samantha, Sophia and Emerson.