Vice President/Community Consultant; PNC Bank, Greater Maryland Community Development Banking

Frank served our country in the Marine Corps for 8 years as an artillery officer, after graduating in 1983 from the United States Naval Academy as a Second Lieutenant. His duties took him all over the world including the White House. When he resigned his commission in 1991, he had obtained the field officer rank of Major.

After leaving the Marine Corps he joined the Baltimore Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond for 16 years. While there, he worked throughout Maryland, West Virginia and the metropolitan DC areas with community groups, financial institutions, foundations, non-profits and local governments to ensure fair and equal access to credit for affordable housing and small business development.

In February of 2008, Frank was a charter Greater Maryland Community Development Banking team. His job includes outreach to the community; writing and presenting grants and sponsorships; providing and teaching financial education and materials to PNC service partners and the community; partnering with non-profit organizations and agencies to meet their needs through services and resources; calling on customers, prospects and sources to identify lending and investing opportunities; and participating in strategic development and support of PNC’s low- and moderate-income branches.

Frank is very active in his community and either currently (*) serves or has served in leadership roles with the following non-profit organizations that provide health and human services or other related services to the low- and moderate-income population: Annapolis Baptist Student Union Alumni Association, Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers, BMore Fit, Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts*, Chase Brexton Health Services, Community Law Center*, First and Franklin Street Presbyterian Church, Guilford Homeowners Association, Greater Homewood Community Corporation, Iron Crow Theatre* and Johns Hopkins Vaccine Studies.

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