Sally Frank is a policy analyst in the New York City Comptroller’s Office. She focuses on labor, food and women’s issues. She spearheaded Comptroller Stringer’s recent research on workplace flexibility and the gender wage gap, in addition to other projects. Previously, she served in a variety of legislative and intergovernmental roles in local government. In 2012, she was the campaign manager for Nily Rozic’s victorious campaign for New York State Assembly. A proud Queens native and graduate of New York’s public schools, she knew she wanted to serve the public from a very early age. She attended University at Albany, SUNY on scholarship and received a B.A. in Public Policy and an M.A. in Public Administration.