A professional management advisor, fundraiser and scholar in law & economics, Frank has been a volunteer lay leader in LGBT and/or Jewish NGOs since 1999. He is President of the World Congress of GLBT Jews since 2015. He initiated and led the implementation of structural changes including recruiting a renewed more diverse group of officers and volunteers, simplifying the bylaws and streamlining the processes, add donations as a major source of funding together with members’ dues. He led the World Congress contribution to Pride conferences in Tel Aviv, Buenos Aires and today in Paris. Since he moved to New York City, he made CBST rejoined the World Congress as a full member and has co-produced their first Muslim-Jewish Engagement event. From 1999 to 2016, Frank was a member of the board of Beit Haverim; he was President and then Spokesperson. He led the capital campaigns for 10 years culminating into the acquisition of Beit Haverim house in 2008. He also co-led several interfaith groups of LGBT activists promoting memory and peace between peoples to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Israël and Palestine. He co-produced the book celebrating Beit Haverim 40th anniversary in 2017. In 2003, Frank founded DiverCity, the LGBT NGO at ESSEC Business School and was its first President. As an expert on LGBT rights, Frank was auditioned by the French government and parliament during the preparation of the law on marriage equality in 2013. He has published and contributed to more than 90 articles, interviews and conferences on LGBT rights. Frank graduated MBA from ESSEC. He is a research scholar and doctorate candidate in comparative law at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Columbia University in the City of New York.
Goldy is passionate about the World Congress providing a voice and networking source for both LGBTQI Jewish organizations and individuals worldwide. An active member of the Washington DC LBGT synagogue, Bet Mishpachah, Goldy served on the Board of Directors in various positions and currently serves on their Rabbinic Liaison and Education committees. Dedicated to her share תיקון עולם (repair of the world), Goldy conducted a study on the business case for diversity for one of the largest school districts in the United States. Her recommendations were included in district-wide diversity initiatives.