Tony Frank

PCs for People: Director of Business Development

Tony Frank is the Director of Business Development for PCs for People. He is based in the Denver office where he develops partnerships with businesses, government agencies, nonprofits, affordable housing organizations, schools, and other community groups to ensure PCs for People is maximizing the impact of providing affordable computers and low-cost internet across Colorado. Tony has more than 20 years of experience in community program development, policy evaluation, and market analysis in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. Prior to joining PCs for People, Tony was the Digital Inclusion Director and Fund Development Manager for Denver Housing Authority where he established the ConnectHome Denver initiative providing 11,000 households with access to high-speed internet, computer devices and technology training. Tony was also a Senior Research Analyst with BCS, Incorporated where he supported and led projects for clients that included the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. Additionally, Tony was the Community Technology Manager, establishing four community technology centers from 1998-2003, for the nonprofit affordable housing developer Rocky Mountain Communities that was part of HUD’s Neighborhood Networks program. Tony holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Urban Studies from Vassar College; a Master of Public Administration degree with a Local Government Policy concentration from the University of Colorado’s School of Public Affairs.