Being outside in all elements fuels Colleen, but would probably pick alpine lake-jumping as her favorite adventure pass time. Colleen resides in Livingston with her dog, Al.
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She is the former editor in chief of Big Sky Journal and editor emeritus of Western Art & Architecture magazines. Her articles have been published in Mountain Living; True West Magazine; VIA AAA Mountainwest; Postcards; Montana Quarterly; Montana Living. She is the author of two cookbooks, A Taste of Montana: Favorite Recipes from Big Sky Country and A Montana Table, Recipes from Chico Hot Springs Resort. She has also written and edited three other books on regional travel and architecture. Her first short story was published in Elk River Books Reader (Bangtail Press 2013).
Frank is founder and principal of Campus to Career Transition Services (C2C), one of the nation’s premier career counseling services for millennials. Prior to C2C Frank worked as a senior executive for a variety of corporations in North America, Europe and the United Kingdom, including Drake Beam Morin, A.T. Kearney Executive Search, Waste Management International and Alcoa.
Frank has been active in numerous civic and charitable institutions. He speaks fluent French and is versed in Italian. He is a graduate of the Lawrenceville School and has been an active alumnus. He earned a B.A degree in economics from Hobart College in Geneva, N.Y. and an MBA with concentrations in organizational behavior and international business from the University of Illinois. Frank has served on the Park County Planning and Development Board for eight years.
Frank first visited Park County as a boy in 1954; he purchased his property here in 1970.