Frank was born and raised in Port Chester. He attended and graduated from Port Chester High School where he was a member of the football, track, and wrestling teams, as well as a part of the Marine Corps Fitness Team.
Frank then graduated from Southern Connecticut State University in Health and Physical Education and received his first Masters degree in Health Sciences. He then received his 6th year professional degree from Fairfield University in Administration.
He is currently a Pre-K Administrator. Previously, Frank worked in the Port Chester-Rye Union Free School District for over 40 years as Teacher, Athletic Administrator, Assistant Principal, Director of Grants and Assistant Superintendent. During his time in Port Chester, he has coached many sport teams and has been successful in working with “at risk” students to help them become more resilient and capable of going to college.
Frank has conducted many research projects on interventions for struggling students in K-12 settings and has published his work in various journals. He has been invited to Washington D.C. to speak at a joint caucus on school interventions and to work with the Center for Disease Control in contributing to a book on Leadership in Health Education “Stories from the Field.” Frank has been responsible for writing, securing and managing grants, bringing over $50,000,000 dollars in funding to programs for the benefit of the students in Port Chester over the past twelve years.