Frank Lofaro is a highly-regarded business executive, with more than 30 years of leadership experience in both the corporate and nonprofit sectors.
As CEO of Prison Fellowship International, Frank has been involved in nonprofit prison ministry for more than 20 years, successfully launching new ministry programs that are still used worldwide. This includes Prison Fellowship International’s child sponsorship program, The Prisoner’s Journey evangelization and discipleship program, and victim-offender reconciliation program The Sycamore Tree NEW LEAF, as well as Prison Fellowship USA’s first biblically-based corrections program, InnerChange Freedom Initiative.
From 2006 to 2011, Frank served as president and CEO of the Christian Leadership Alliance. And in 2002, Frank served as the director of the National Resource Centre for Compassion Capital Fund, a U.S. government initiative to increase the scale and effectiveness of faith-based and community organizations.
Earlier in his career, Frank built and sold a large lock manufacturing company and also owned several successful restaurants. Frank received a bachelor’s in economics from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and his MBA from Long Island University. He also studied law at St. John’s Law School in New York.
Frank just released his first book Now You See Me: Uncovering the Hidden Crisis of the Children of Prisoners (2018), an unprecedented work to document and uncover the hidden crisis that leaves impoverished children of prisoners without safety, food, education, medical care, and spiritual and emotional support.