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Frank first served on the Alameda City Council from 2002 through 2010. In 2014 was again elected to the City Council.
Frank was born in
With more than twenty-five years working in the biotechnology industry, Frank started his own consulting firm in 2004 to assist firms who are navigating the highly regulated drug approval process. Frank continues to operate this successful Alameda based business.
Upon moving to Alameda in 1994 with his wife Kris and their sons, Frank became involved in the community, first with the Alameda Free Library. Frank co-chaired the successful Measure O campaign to build the first new main library in
A life-long Democrat and active member of the community, Frank continued to serve. After leaving office in 2010, Frank worked three months as a class room assistant in a school in El Salvador, worked in supporting Alameda’s Sister City Association and was active in signature gathering to re-zone excess Federal property near Crab Cove.
In 2014 Frank returned to the City Council, and was voted by the City Council to serve as Alameda’s Vice Mayor for the first two years of his term. Frank serves on the City Council liaison committees for the East Bay Regional Parks District and AC Transit.