Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Civic Leader, Thought Leader
Frank Islam is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, civic leader, and thought leader. Learn more
Frank established his information technology company, the QSS Group in 1994 with him as its only employee. He built the Group to more than 2,000 employees and sales of $300 M before he sold it in 2007.
Frank provides targeted financial assistance
to civic, educational and artistic causes and
groups. Organizations that have received his
support include: Colorado University,
Montgomery Community College, Strathmore
Center for the Performing Arts, and the
U.S. Institute for Peace.
Frank serves on many boards and advisory
councils including: the John F. Kennedy Center
for the Performing Arts, the Brookings Institution,
the Woodrow Wilson Center, Johns Hopkins
University, and George Mason University.
Frank has authored two books: Working the
Pivot Points: To Make America Work Again (2013).
Renewing the American Dream: A Citizen’s Guide
for Restoring Our Competitive Advantage (2010).
He blogs regularly for The Huffington Post and
writes occasional columns for publications such
as the International Business Times and The
Economic Times of India.