Julie Frank has been an innovator and visionary. As an impresario, she created and implemented programs, events, and conferences using her creative and networking capabilities.

  • Special Assistant to New York City Council President, Liaison to the Jewish Community and Director of Special Projects
  • Director of Broadcasting New York Board of Rabbis,Radio/TV Commission
  • Honorary Vice President of National Council of Young Israel
  • As broadcasting director, Julie was responsible for the creation of more than 2,000 hours of groundbreaking Jewish programming airing over CBS, ABC, NBC, WOR-TV, among others
  • TV & Radio Host on national cable TV for the Tarbuth Foundation, WOR-TV, and WABC-Radio; featuring famous personalities i.e. Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan, photographer Roman Vishniac, author Dennis Prager, etc.
  • Writer and editor for many publications including the Women's Page for The Jewish Press, the Passover section for The New York Post, and a religious-Zionist magazine
  • Published interviews and profiles: Actress Tovah Feldshuh; Cecelia Margules - VP Emunah; Designer Rebecca Moses, fashion designer; Susan Mukasey, educator and wife of US Attorney General Michael Mukasey; Rosa Strygler, Founder NYC Holocaust Museum; Ilana Harkavi, Makeup Artist to the Stars; Ronny Bassan, Executive VP of American Israel Chamber of Commerce; Lilliane Shalom, Past President American Sephardi Federation & Honorary Treasurer World Jewish Conference
  • Contributor to the "Jewish Directory and Almanac" and "The New Jewish Yellow Pages"
Special Events
  • Chaired first NYC Aish Hatorah dinner with Rabbi Andrew Kaufman, featuring keynote speaker Rabbi Noah Weinberg, honoring Ira D. Riklis, Phyllis and Martin Barell, Lydia E. Kess, with honorary chairmen Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan and City Council President Andrew J. Stein
  • Chaired first Chabad/Eastside Manhattan event at the home of Pamela and George Rohr in Manhattan
  • For the Jewish Renaissance Center, created and produced the first International Jewish Women's Conference at the Javitz Center featuring Rebbetzin Tehilla Jaeger, Mrs. Leah Kohn, and Rebbetzin Feige Twerski
  • Created the "World's Largest Sukkah/Sukkat Shalom" in downtown Manhattan, holding 1000 people, Benjamin Netanyahu and Anne Jackson
Awards & Acknowledgments
  • National Council of Young Israel - Community Service Award
  • International Film & TV Festival of NY Bronze Award, for CBS-TV production, "The Town I Knew"
  • American Mizrachi Women Tribute Award
  • Lifestyles Magazine Cover Feature, "Faces of the Future": Leaders of the 21st Century
  • Practical Kabbalah: A Guide to Jewish Wisdom for Everyday Life by Rabbi Laibl Wolf, Acknowledgment, "Julie Frank was the one who moved this undertaking from square one and has been invaluable."