Frank joined the Centre for Social Justice in 2015 and leads on political engagement ensuring that CSJ maintains its strong position as one of Westminster’s most influential think tanks. Alongside this he oversees the CSJ’s research on families within policy making as Head of the Family Policy Unit. Before joining the CSJ Frank worked for a leading public affairs agency, where he worked with major clients to promote large strategic infrastructure projects. Prior to that he spent seven years working for the Conservative Party managing high profile election campaigns. Frank graduated from the University of York where he read Social Policy.