Frank Schneiger

Founder and CEO

Frank Schneiger and Associates

Frank Schneiger is the founder and CEO of Frank Schneiger and Associates (formerly Human Services Management Institute, Inc.), a planning, organizational change and crisis management firm serving the public and not-for-profit sectors. He has also held leadership positions in city, state and federal government, serving as Assistant Health Commissioner/(first) Director of Prison Health Services for the City of New York, Executive Director of the federal Region II Children’s Services Resource Center, and (first) Executive Director of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Children and Family Services Department. He was co-founder and CEO of Metropolitan Eye Care Associates, a pioneering response to managed care in the eastern United States, founder of the St. Thomas/St. John Youth Multi-Service Center, and Director of the National Track and Field Hall of Fame.

Frank has served on the boards of the Partnership for After School Education (founding member), The Education Equity Center, The Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Alumni Association.

He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, two Master’s Degrees (International Affairs and Russian Studies) and a Ph.D. (Political Science) from Columbia University. He has served as an adjunct faculty member at Baruch College, Teachers College of Columbia University and Tulane University. He is the author of three books, The Arc, The Purge, and Work: What Happened (forthcoming) and is a current events columnist for The Virgin Islands Source and Urban Milwaukee.