2014 National Conference
Over the years, the ACCUPLACER National Conference has offered K-12 and Higher Ed professionals the opportunity to engage in deeper discussions around issues in education today, and discover effective tools, strategies and best practices to give students access to opportunity and success. This year's conference theme is Accelerate Access.
Dates: June 12-13, 2014 (9:00 a.m. June 12th through 5:30 p.m. June 13th)
Location: Indianapolis Marriott Downtown, Indianapolis IN
Discounted Conference Registration Fee is $275. Offer ends 3/31/2014.
Discounted Hotel Registration Fee is $169 for single and double occupancy. Offer ends 4/18/2014. Book Hotel!
Senior Vice President, Membership & Higher Education Engagement
The College Board
By mobilizing the College Board’s 6,000-plus member institutions, Frank plays an integral role in advancing the College Board’s goal of college completion by working in partnership with our members to deliver rigorous instruction, meaningful assessments, and access to opportunity.
Frank’s 30-plus years in education span across both K–12 and higher education. He began his career as a general science teacher and coach, and then served in a range of positions at Texas A&M University, including director of admissions and dean of the College of Education and Human Services. Within the Texas A&M University System, Frank served as vice chancellor of academic affairs and vice chancellor of recruitment and diversity.
A former College Board Trustee, Frank has been a member of numerous boards and committees, including the North American Society for Sport Management, the Commerce Independent School District, and the Developmental Education Subcommittee of the P–16 Council of the Texas Education Agency.
A father of two, Frank was a first-generation college graduate, enrolling at Louisiana College. He holds master’s and doctoral degrees in education and health, recreation and physical education from the University of Alabama.