Kimberly Miyazawa Frank is the Regional Administrator of Region 10, Administration for Children & Families (ACF), supporting Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and 272 Tribal Nations. Focused on the national priorities of prevention and economic mobility, she leads the Seattle team; and with program leadership, executes cross-program strategies to enhance states’ human services supports.
With a leadership approach reflecting the Aloha Spirit, she has committed her career to improving outcomes for families via human capital, organizational, and community development. Previous leadership roles have been with the Aspen Institute, Hawaii Department of Human Services, Pūlama Lāna‘i, and as CEO of the YWCA of Oʻahu. Miyazawa Frank has led a business consultancy and worked with the Gallup Organization and Towers Perrin. She is a former litigation attorney and serves on the boards of local and national non-profits. She holds a BS from Miami University and a JD from Rutgers School of Law.
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