Frank's career demonstrates distinguished service in both the
public and private sectors. He serves in elected and appointed
offices in the state of California. He is a Council Member in the
City of Rolling Hills Estates and served as Mayor in 2007-2008. He
has or continues to serve on various local and regional public
boards such as Palos Verdes Transit Authority, Regional Law
Enforcement, Southern California Association of Governments Energy
and Environment and County Sanitation South Bay District.
In May of 2008, he was elected as the 49th President of the California Contract Cities Association; the second largest municipal organization in the state of California. As the appointee of the Board of Supervisors, he is an advisor to the Business Technology Center of the County of Los Angeles. On October 19, 2006, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger appointed Frank to the Division of Medical Quality of the Medical Board of California. He was unanimously confirmed by the California Senate in May of 2007. He serves on the Executive, International Medical Education, Strategic Planning, Physician Recognition and Access to Care Committees of the Medical Board of California. In November of 2008, he was elected by the Board to serve as its Vice President and on July 20, 2010, Gov. Schwarzenegger re-appointed Frank to the Medical Board of California.
Frank has been honored as one of Southern California Magazine’s Super Lawyers since 2004 and Marquis’ Who’s Who in America and American Law for five consecutive years. He is a recognized authority on real estate, public policy and development law as well as all phases of corporate restructuring law. As an adjunct associate professor, he passes on this knowledge to graduate students at the University of Southern California School of Policy, Planning and Development.
Frank is also an active volunteer. In 2007, he was re-elected as chairman of the Board of Governors of the worldwide Armenian Bar Association. He also chaired the Daniel Freeman Hospitals Foundation in 2001-2002 and oversaw the successful distribution of $8 million in gifts. In 2009 Frank founded the Zerunyan Center for Business, Entrepreneurship and Community Development at the Palos Verdes Peninsula Library District; the first center of its kind in a public library. Frank has been active in the Southern California business, civic, political, charitable and cultural arenas since 1980. His energy, experience and accomplishments have inspired him to focus on an agenda that can have the greatest impact on improving the long term health and safety of local communities and the State of California.
Frank earned his Juris Doctor degree from Western State University College of Law and his Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University, Long Beach. He also completed his advanced legal studies in Corporate Taxation at the University of Southern California Law Center.
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