Stacie M. Frank, ’02
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Stacie M. Frank, ’02, joined the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association as vice president and chief financial officer in 2017. She is assistant treasurer, an officer of the CSOA’s Board of Trustees.
In her role, Frank is responsible for the financial planning, accounting, investments, capital structure and information technology requirements of the Association. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is widely regarded as one of the top orchestras in the world, with an annual operating budget of $75 million.
Previously, Frank spent 14 years at Exelon Corporation, where she most recently held the role of senior vice president and treasurer. Frank had direct responsibility for Exelon’s cash management, liquidity, credit analysis, rating agency relationships, capital markets financing execution, and other treasury planning activities. She directed the credit rating analysis in support of long-range financial planning and M&A, and was directly responsible for the $7 billion equity and debt financing associated with Exelon’s acquisition of Pepco Holdings in 2014.
Prior to being named Treasurer in 2012, Frank also held a variety of management positions within Exelon and its subsidiaries. Frank was previously a commercial insurance broker in the Philadelphia area. In that role, she worked with commercial clients across a range of industries to identify and secure appropriate insurance and risk management services.
Frank earned a BA in business administration from Villanova University and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
She was named to the 2014 listing of “40 Under 40” in Crain’s Chicago Business and is a member of the board of directors of Chicago Children’s Museum, where she serves on the finance committee.
Stacie Frank will speak on the panel “Paving the Way: Nonprofit Board Service as a Career Strategy.”