Frank Alvarado brings over 25 years of experience and a deep capacity-building knowledge to academic and education program development and management.
Throughout his career, Frank has demonstrated a passion for working in the community and a deep commitment to children’s education by providing them with the resources and services that are their birthright”
Before joining ACE Integration Head Start, Mr. Alvarado held various positions throughout the city nonprofits /community based organizations as Program Director, Department Head of Youth & Education services He has developed and open Community Beacon Centers, in the Bronx Manhattan and Brooklyn servicing the Dominican, Mexican immigrant populations as well as in underserved communities.
He was the Executive Director for 4 years at Brooklyn Music School (BMS) in Fort Greene. During his tenure at BMS, Frank was integral to the school’s ability to expand its community outreach programs. Alvarado developed and implemented the After-School Enrichment Music and Dance program and the Summer Institute. In addition to creating new programs, he introduced the first annual festival to celebrate the Hispanic community, known as the Hispanic Heritage Festival.
Mr. Alvarado, is a former Bushwick resident, He attended JHS 111 and Bushwick High School He was a former board member at Hospital Clinic Home Center Instructional ACE Integration Head Start. In addition, Alvarado currently serves on a variety of boards that focus on the well-being of children including: New Vision for Children and Families and the Ethical Community Charter School Foundation., St Christopher Inc.