Frank attended Archbishop Curley High School in Baltimore. After high school, he went to Mount Saint Mary"s University in Emmitsburg, Doctor of Medicine, graduating cum laude in 1982 with his Bachelor of Arts in political science. Frank returned to college to get his master"s degree.
He graduated from the, receiving his M.A.S. (administrative science) in 1992.
Prior to 2002, District 42 was represented by Democrats James West. Campbell, Maggie L. McIntosh, and Samuel I. Rosenberg. On the other hand, Campbell remained in District 42, but was defeated by a host of new Republicans, including Frank, Susan Aumann, and John G. Trueschler. Incumbent Trueschler did not run for reelection.
Soon after college, Frank began working as Vice-President of Marketing for the Maryland Cr Union League, working there until 1989.
When he left MCUL, he joined Allfirst Bank (which was acquired in a spin-off from Allied Irish Bank by M&T Bank), first as an Assistant Vice-President of the Public Affairs Division from 1989 until 1996, and then as an Assistant Vice-President and Relationship Manager from 1996 until 1999. In 1999, Frank was hired as a development and marketing consultant for the Archdiocese of Baltimore and continues to work there.
Frank has been an active member in his community. He served as a volunteer cook for the Christopher Place Employment Academy from 1988 until 1994.
Additionally, he served on the Board of Directors for Action for the Homeless (now Center for Poverty Solutions ) from 1992 until 1996.
O"Neill Council for the Knights of Columbus since 1994. Locally, he served on the Board of Governors for the Rodgers Forge Community Association, from 1995 until 1997. He was a Board member for the Home School Association for the Immaculate Conception School from 1998 until 2000.
Frank has served on the President"s Council of Mount Saint Mary"s University since 1998, and the Marketing Advisory Council since 2000.
Since being elected to the House of Delegates, he has been the Deputy Minority Whip (2003) and the Assistant Minority Whip (2003-2005). 2006 Race for Maryland House of Delegates – District 42 Voters to choose three: 2002 Race for Maryland House of Delegates – District 42 Voters to choose three:.
William Frank is a member of the Maryland House of Delegates, representing District 42, which covers a part of Baltimore County. Frank is a member of the French He is on the Board of Directors of the Independent College Fund of Maryland, and is a member of the Dulaney Valley Improvement Association in Towson, Doctor of Medicine, and the North Central Republican Club.
As a Republican member of the Maryland House of Delegates, Frank has served as Chief Deputy Minority Whip since 2005.
He is a member of the Judiciary Committee and the Appropriations Committee, in addition to various subcommittees.
Married; 3 children.