Alex Frank brings a background in sustainability planning, program management, cross-sector innovation, and data management to the Office of Sustainability. As a Sustainability Analyst, Alex works to provide data and analysis to support decision-making on programs that improve campus sustainability. In this role he led the University’s efforts to complete a Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory and the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment, and Rating System (STARS) report.
Prior to his current position, Alex led pilot project development for City Tech Collaborative, a Chicago-based non-profit focused on developing new technology to improve city services and resident lives. Alex also brings experience consulting for utilities and the private sector on sustainability and new technology adoption as well as managing environmental compliance for renewable energy developments. He received a Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy from the University of Chicago, and a Bachelor of Arts in Ecology and Conservation Biology from Boston University. He holds a Project Management Professional Certification.