Chief Operating Officer
Frank López is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) at the Credit Builders Alliance. Frank has a history of creating entrepreneurial growth and equitable advancement of benefit to distressed communities and families across the country. He has an extensive range of accomplished executive experiences in Corporate Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Programs and Strategic Partnership Development. For him, nothing is more fulfilling than being part of a team with similar interests and being part of a community that is mission-driven and that values and pays tribute to its members, its staff and the public. From a community development & philanthropic perspective, Frank has been successful in creating substantive social impact endeavors that have helped lift impoverished families and communities to achieve greater prosperity and improved financial well-being. Most salient areas of responsibility in his COO role are the following:
· Overseeing the coordinated implementation and management of all systems at CBA related to organizational development, talent management, compliance and risk management, information technology, and other operations;
· Serving as a key communicator within CBA, ensuring that policies and procedures are understood and consistently applied and that CBA’s organizational values and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion are reflected in all its systems;
· Helping to bring cohesion and strategy, while centering a culture of equity, to CBA as it grows;
· Advancing collaborative strategies in a fast-paced environment, effectively leading and managing a passionate and driven staff;
· Supervising the operations and organizational development, people/talent management, and grants management teams.
Frank is a former president and CEO of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) Foundation, and during this tenure of close to seven (7) years, he received numerous recognitions and awards for his development of strategic services to Latino entrepreneurs and diversity-focused Chambers of Commerce from across the nation. Throughout his career, Frank has served on several philanthropic and social service governance boards, including SourceAmerica, an organization created by Congress that manages over $2.5 billion in Federal employment producing contracts administered locally by affiliated nonprofit agencies across the United States and Puerto Rico.