Nisa FrankLower School Division Head, Hamlin School
Nisa Frank is the Lower School Division Head at the Hamlin School, a K-8 girls school in San Francisco. In her current role, she is responsible for the growth, safety, and support of various constituencies, as well as programmatic growth in all-academic and social emotional curriculum. Over the past 15 years, she has spent most of her career in education in New York City where she has been an educator, director of admission, assistant head of preschool and lower school, faculty board member at the Town School in NYC, an active member of various committees dedicated to equity, and remains truly passionate about her role in ensuring that excellence in education is accessible to all. Nisa is is a Bay Area native and was born and raised in Berkeley, CA and currently resides in Oakland. She holds a BS in Child and Adolescent Development from San Francisco State University, a MS Ed in Early Childhood Education from Bank Street College of Education, and an MS Ed in Private School Leadership from Columbia University, Teachers College.