Dean of Studies and Community Engagement
M.Ed. University of Hawai'i at Mānoa / B.A. Bucknell University
Ms. Frank graduated from the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa with a master’s degree in educational administration and with bachelor’s degrees in international relations and Spanish from Bucknell University, where she competed on the NCAA Division I rowing team. She has taught and led English programs for multilingual students in grades kindergarten through 12, including at Maryknoll School in Honolulu, at a boarding school in New York, and at schools in China, Israel, the Marshall Islands, Costa Rica, and Italy. Ms. Frank also was a director at the nonprofit Row New York, serving under-resourced students and people with disabilities throughout New York City. Most recently, she served as an educational officer in the Hawai'i State Department of Education’s Office of Strategy, Innovation and Performance, training teachers and administrators to utilize technology and multiple measures of data to improve student-learning outcomes. As a passion project, Ms. Frank founded a freelance writing company, which has now created content for private schools, universities, technology startups, and Hawai'i Parent Magazine. Her hobbies include surfing, fishing, writing, and trying unique foods.