Nomination of Milton
Frank To Be United States Ambassador to Nepal
September 10, 1987
President today announced his intention to nominate Milton Frank, of California, as Ambassador to the Kingdom of Nepal. He would succeed Leon
1986 Mr. Frank was a member of the Presidential delegation to the coronation of
His Majesty the King of Swaziland, with the rank of Special Ambassador, and was
also appointed a member and named Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of
the African Development Foundation. Since 1985 he has been assistant
to the president (consultant) of Adelphi University, in Garden City, NY.
From 1983 to 1986, Mr. Frank was a consultant in public relations and public
affairs in Santa Monica, CA. He was the director of
public affairs for the California State University system in Long Beach, 1969 - 1983.
Frank graduated from the University of California at Berkeley (B.A.,
1941) and Boston University (M.S., 1958). He served
in the United States Army Air Corps, 1942 - 1945, and the United States Air
Force, 1946 - 1968, retiring as a colonel. Mr. Frank is articulate in
Portuguese and Spanish. He was born November
in Reno, NV. Mr. Frank has one child
and resides in Garden City, NY.