Frank Sullivan was born and raised in Staten Island, NY where he grew up
in the Markham Gardens (West Brighton). He lived in Brooklyn for 6
years and returned to his hometown Staten Island, where he continues to
educated in the NYC public school system. He attended Ralph R McKee
Tech/Voc High School where he received a Graphic Arts endorsed diploma.
Mr. Sullivan attended Cheyney University and Borough of Manhattan
Community College where he completed some college courses.
a retired NYC Correction Officer. He received a ¾ retirement from the
NYC Dept of Corrections in 2001 because of a line of duty injury. He
now works for the NYC Department of Education in a district 75 program
as a Teachers Assistant.
Sullivan loves helping and working with children. He believes
youth is our future, and if we don’t instill structure, guidance and
family values our future is doomed”.
Mr. Sullivan is the President of
Brothers Care Inc. previously know as Brothers Who Care.
Sullivan loves sports, cooking, fishing, spending time with friends and
family and being a single parent raising a son.