Campus Address: Classroom Building B218
M.A., Urban Administration, SUNY, College at Brockport
Frank Ciaccia has spent a majority of his career working in the public sector. Having served for both Monroe and Genesee County, his extensive experience in the field includes program and project management, policy drafting and implementation, public management, public budgeting, and collective bargaining negotiation.
Many of the positions held throughout his career have dealt with decisions directly impacting the communities he has served including his most recent position of Assistant County Manager of Genesee County. Currently, at Buffalo State he teaches Public Policy along with supervising Master's projects. He has also instructed Policy Analysis at SUNY Brockport as part of their Public Administration program.
Ciaccia is a graduate of Buffalo State, and holds a M.A. in Urban Administration from the State University of New York College at Brockport. Currently, Frank is an arbitrator for NYS's Public Employment Relations Board (PERB).
County of Genesee, 1992 – 2015
Assistant County Manager
Member of County’s Collective Bargaining Team
STOP DWI Coordinator
Director of Facilities Management
ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Coordinator
Chairman - Criminal Justice Advisory Council
Chairman - Criminal Justice Advisory Council to Genesee Community College Criminal Justice Department.
Chairman - County Safety Committee
Member of the Workforce Investment Board including Livingston, Orleans, and Wyoming Counties.
Fair Housing Officer - Housing Initiatives Committee
County of Monroe, 1972 – 1988
Community Development Coordinator
Assistant to Commissioner of Physical Services
Public Participation Coordinator
State University of New York, College at Brockport 1980
Course Instructor, Policy Analysis.
Member, Board of Directors of Genesee/Wyoming County YMCA
Appointed to the state-wide Advisory Council on Underage Alcohol Consumption
Member, Kiwanis Club of Batavia, N.Y.
Served on state-wide committee to study the implementation of federal equal opportunity employment legislation.
Elected to the Rochester School Board 1972, re-elected 1976 – 1979. Served as Board President for two years.
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