Public Policy Manager, Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
Frank Lopez received his Master of Public Policy from UCLA Luskin where he studied urban and regional economic issues specific to California and Los Angeles.
He received his BA in Business Economics with a certificate in technology entrepreneurship from UC Santa Barbara. Working for Sean Arian in the Office of Economic Development Strategy, Frank’s projects in the Mayor’s Office included the development of a green economy strategy for the City of Los Angeles. Upon graduation he became Social Equity Caucus (SEC) Coordinator for Urban Habitat, a Bay Area social justice non-profit based out of Oakland. He is now a public policy analyst for Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce.