Frank graduated from BCA in 2015 as a member of ACHA. At BCA, Frank was a two-year member of the Student Council, serving as Secretary and helping to plan the annual Homecoming event. He was also a part of Relay for Life, SkillsUSA, the ACHA ProStart team, and BT Baseball.
After leaving BCA, Frank went on to Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts where he studied accounting. During his time at Bentley, Frank served as captain of the swim team, where he received Scholar All-America and NE10 Men’s Swimming Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors. He was also a resident assistant, swim instructor, and contributed towards numerous university entities and organizations including Relay for Life. Frank graduated in May 2019 with induction into the Falcon Society, the Bentley University Hall of Fame.
He went on to begin his professional career in the FSO Assurance practice at Ernst & Young, where he will continue in Summer 2020 after completing a master’s degree at Seton Hall University. At Seton Hall, he will also serve as a research assistant and work towards obtaining the Certified Public Accounting license.
Since returning from Bentley to his hometown, Frank has been passionate in contributing and giving back to the communities he was previously a member of. He has volunteered extensively with his childhood swim team and assisted their league, and is also very excited to be working with BCAFF and the Alumni Association to give back to the BCA community!