Frank Squillace serves as Director of Network2Work@PVCC, a division of Community Self-Sufficiency Programs at Piedmont Virginia Community College. His primary focus is on encouraging local employers to offer quality empowerment (wages, opportunities, support, etc.) to the network of thousands of job seekers in Central Virginia.
Frank graduated from Saint Bonaventure University and Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Frank has over 40 years of administrative experience in various positions. He has specialized in operations, relationship-building and customer service. He was instrumental in establishing several of the programs, services and networking at Martha Jefferson Hospital, the Church of the Incarnation and the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce, all in Charlottesville, Virginia. Frank is a nationally-recognized speaker and has trained thousands of persons over the past 25 years by offering classes in “Superior Customer Service,” “Dealing With Difficult People,” “Employee Empowerment,” and “Finding Joy in Serving Others.”
Franks is originally from Syracuse, New York and enjoys spending time with his wife, Jane, his two children and four step-children, reading, sports, travel, and playing cello in his cover rock band, 180, which has a large following in Charlottesville.