Frank is entering his 13th Season with Spurs Sports and Entertainment as Chief Revenue Officer. In his current role he oversees franchise revenue operations for the San Antonio Spurs and San Antonio FC including–ticket sales and service, member services,and corporate sales and retention, and global partnerships. Going into the 2021-22 season Frank has led global partnerships to its highest-grossing new sales year.

In Frank’s tenure with SS&E he has led the sales operations for the Spurs(NBA),along with the business operations fort he San Antonio Rampage (AHL),San Antonio Stars (WNBA),and Austin Spurs (NBAG-League). Most recently, Frank added revenue generation responsibilities for SAFC (USL Championship). Under his oversight, SAFC has ranked amongst the league leaders in ticket sales and corporate partnership revenue.

Prior to joining the Spurs, Frank served asChiefOperatingOfficer of the Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL), along tenured role he skillfully navigated from 1994 to 2008. With the Phantoms, he managed the sales and marketing operations, where successfully completed the intricate transfer of the season ticket member group from the SpectrumArena to core states Center in 1996.Frank served 18 years with Comcast-SpectacorwithfocusonthePhiladelphiaFlyers/Phantoms. He added the role of Vice President ofMinorLeagueOperationsin 2000, where he oversaw the full portfolio of Comcast-Spectacor. There he was responsible for overseeing the Phantoms,and the organization’s three minor-League baseball teams –the Bowie Baysox, Delmarva Shorebirds and Frederick Keys.His tenure in Philadelphia covered stretched through many areas of business operations–including fiscal management, sales, marketing, advertising, sponsorship sales,public relations, and retail.Prior to joining Comcast-Spectacor,he served as VP of Marketing for Spectathelete, AdvertisingDirector for the CloverDivision of Strawbridge & Clothier in Philadelphia, AdvertisingManager for John Wannamaker in Philadelphia, and advertising director for Gimbels in both New York and Philadelphia.

Throughout his career Frank has been recognized with the James C. Hendy Award, which is presented to the American Hockey League’s outstanding executive.Frank has been awarded on two occasions–once during his tenure as COO of the Philadelphia Wings (NLL)in 1997-98 Season, and most recently for his work with the San Antonio Rampage (AHL) during the 2019-20 Season. Additionally, Frank has been recognized with the Thomas Ebright Award in 2006-07, which is presented annually for outstanding career contributions to the American Hockey League.

Frank is an active member on several boards including visit San Antonio (VSA), San Antonio Sports (SA Sports), the San Antonio Fiesta Commission, and the Baylor University Sports Administration. He is an active community member, and has participated in the big Brother, Big Sister Program viatheSS&E’s Inspire U Program.

A native of South Philadelphia, Frank he graduated from the University of Scranton with a bachelor of science.He and his wife, Michele, have two daughters, Amanda, and Maria.