Originally from Orlando, Florida, Frank is passionate about improving community health and equity. He has over 11 years of public health experience which began while volunteering for a local AIDS Service Organization in Central Florida. Frank has since worked and volunteered in both clinical and community settings where he administered HIV testing to patients, supported quality improvement efforts for health care teams, performed street outreach for the homeless, and delivered HIV and STI prevention education to LGBTQ+ youth. He was drawn to the progressive environment and diversity of San Francisco, as well as the history and contributions to the field of HIV/AIDS. Frank relocated to the city in 2016 where he immediately joined the San Francisco AIDS Foundation at Strut and later joined the San Francisco Department of Public Health the following year. He was recently involved in the city’s response to COVID-19 and MPX to help educate and prevent further spread by delivering accurate information to essential workers and other at-risk communities. In his free time, Frank enjoys playing the piano and is an avid supporter of the performing arts.