Frank Brown II
Economist | U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
"My long term vision for the City of Chicago is for every citizen to have equal access to resources and opportunity across the city. In my professional and philanthropic work I am committed to use my network and resources to give others the same or better access to the experiences I have been afforded.”
Undergraduate Degree: University of Chicago, '05
Fun fact: I am a two-time High School Sports Hall Fame Inductee at De La Salle Institute
Frank, a Chicago native, is an Economist in the Department of Risk and Analysis, at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. In this role, he is responsible for providing economic guidance supporting the SEC's goal of protecting investors. Previously, Frank was a litigation economics consultant in the private sector for over 10 years, serving as a Managing Consultant at The Claro Group and Navigant Economics. He is a member of the Chicago Scholars Associate Board and Boy Scout Leader for Pack 350. Frank is a 2019 Chicago Urban League Impact Fellow. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, Fraternity, Inc., previously serving his alumni chapter as Treasurer, Financial Secretary, and Historian. Frank received an A.B. in Economics from the University of Chicago. He is an avid lover of baseball and football, having played both at the University of Chicago. Frank resides in the Pilsen neighborhood with his wife, J'ai, and their daughter, Kylee.