Auburn Hills, Mich. –January 4, 2019 –Munetrix, a public sector solutions provider offering data management, analytics and reporting tools for states, local governments and public school districts, is pleased to announce Stacey Frankovich has joined the company in the new role of Chief Administrator. The announcement was made by Munetrix President, Bob Kittle.
As Chief Administrator, Frankovich will be responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of the company, including the recruitment and hiring of new employees.
“Munetrix has experienced significant growth in the last two years and we need the additional administrative oversight to keep the office running smoothly as business opportunities increase,” Kittle said. “Stacey Frankovich thrives in a fast-paced environment and brings handson experience in project management and process and procedure development; she also has strong organizational leadership skills.”
Frankovich has served in a variety of roles that intersect with education and municipal government. Immediately prior to joining Munetrix, she served concurrent roles as both the Director, Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Macomb Community College and North American Lead for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Inclusive Innovation Challenge (MIT IIC).
MIT IIC is a global challenge aimed at supporting entrepreneurs who are using technology for social change and inclusion in future of work initiatives. Frankovich’s responsibilities included managing the day-to-day operations of the North American Challenge and relationship building with municipalities, public and private partnerships, government agencies, industry leaders and entrepreneurs. At the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, she managed the Innovation Fund, a $2 million pre-seed collaboration between Macomb Community College and JP Morgan Chase for early-stage tech start-ups.
Frankovich also served as the Michigan DARPA Matching Funds Program Manager, Development Manager and Market Development Manager for the Macomb/Oakland University Incubator from 2012 to 2015 and as Program Lead of i2B, a student business incubator at Oakland University, from 2011 to 2015.
Frankovich is also active in civic and professional groups. She is a Governor-appointed public member of the Michigan Board of Medicine, and a public speaker on entrepreneurship opportunities at the college level. She holds a Master of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Administration from Baker College.