Lois Frank

Lois Frank was welcomed to the MAZON board in May 2008. Lois is very involved in her community, also serving on the National Board of American Jewish Committee, Chair of International Missions Project Interchange, Executive Committee for Jewish Council for Public Affairs and on the National Board of Blaustein Institute for Human Rights.

Lois has previously served as the National Chair for Jewish Council for Public Affairs (06-08) and Jewish Coalition for Literacy (04-06). She was the President of Women’s Philanthropies of Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta (06-07), and also served on the Georgia Juvenile Justice Commission and Southern Regional Council.

She received the National Conference for Community and Justice Award (Conference of Christians and Jews) in 2002 and the Selig Distinguished Service Award from the Atlanta American Jewish Committee in 1999.

Lois holds a Bachelor of Science from Emory University and a Master of Social Work from Atlanta University. She and her husband reside in Atlanta and share their love with four sons, three daughters-in-law and eight grandchildren.