Director of Collective Impact
Mayor's Office, City of Albuquerque
Dr. Frank Mirabal was appointed by Mayor Richard J. Berry in 2014 to serve on his executive leadership team as the director of collective impact. In this role, Frank brings together cross-sector partners to creatively address the complex challenges the city faces. Frank’s leadership in collective impact efforts has led to the successful design and implementation of Launch to Learn, a nationally recognized summer learning initiative, the Molino Project, an emerging initiative focused on growing immigrant entrepreneurship, and the Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs, which focuses on leveraging opportunities for immigrants and refugees to thrive. Prior to his work in the Mayor’s Office, Frank served as the president of Contigo Research, Policy & Strategy, a national consulting firm providing research, public policy and strategy services to government entities, nonprofits, philanthropy and social enterprises. During his tenure at Contigo, Frank helped raise awareness and visibility of community schools, health care career pathways and integrated education/workforce collaboratives in New Mexico and across the country. Frank earned a PhD at New Mexico State University in educational leadership and has both a master’s degree in public administration and a BA in communications and journalism from the University of New Mexico. In 2016, Frank completed a one-year fellowship in cross-sector leadership at the Presidio Institute.