Frank (he/him) is Regional Program Manager – Southern Oregon for Classroom Law Project. He began his career in education at the Coalition of Essential Schools and the Annenberg Institute for School Reform, where he studied the effects of the original cohort of Critical Friends Groups at K–12 schools around the country.
After a teaching history at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Frank served for three years as Director of the Sizer Teachers Center at the Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School in Devens, Massachusetts. He has also worked as an independent consultant with teachers and administrators in Massachusetts, Oregon, Wisconsin, and several other states. For ten years, Frank worked as a director, dramaturg, and casting director for numerous professional theaters around the United States.
Frank currently lives in Ashland, Oregon, where he is involved with Ashland Food Project and CASA of Jackson County. In his spare time, Frank enjoys reading, birding, knitting, cooking and baking, and traveling. He has an AB in History and Educational Studies from Brown University.