Frank T. Fraley, President

From small businesses to educators and community leaders, Frank T. Fraley inspires leaders to maximize their potential. As President of SHARE, Frank brings years of dedicated leadership and service in both the public and private sector to SHARE as a steadfast advocate for clean and affordable electricity for all New Yorkers.

Frank is committed to building powerful business and community partnerships to address issues that disproportionately affect low-income and minority populations. Specifically, Frank seeks to address pollution and asthma rates, electricity prices and environmental injustices within the surrounding New York City.

Born in Brooklyn New York, Frank is a product of the NYC public school system. Before becoming a Professor at SUNY FIT, Frank completed his education at FIT and New York University. During his varied career, Frank served as CFO at the legendary Motown Record Company, Chief of Staff to Mayor of Mount Vernon, NY and Vice President of Mount Vernon Hospital. Since 2008, Frank has worked closely with the business community in New York in his role as President of the Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce. He resides with his wife and their four children in Westchester, New York.

Craig Wilson, Executive Director

Craig Wilson has over ten years of experience working to implement progressive environmental and energy policies. Prior to joining SHARE, Craig worked in the Energy Department of the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), which is responsible for executing the City’s energy policy. At NYCEDC, he was responsible for managing the implementation of the 28 recommendations made by Mayor Bloomberg’s Energy Policy Task Force, participating in the development of the energy and air quality portions of PlaNYC – the Mayor’s long-tern sustainability plan – and representing the City’s interests in the ongoing NYS Energy Efficiency Portfolio Proceeding.

Prior to NYCEDC, Craig worked for the New York League of Conservation Voters (NYLCV) as the Director of New York City Policy and Advocacy where he was responsible for leading the organization’s efforts to pass NYC’s Solid Waste Management Plan, legislation to ensure that NYC purchase the cleanest vehicles possible and passage of Local Law 86, a green building law. Before working for the NYLCV, Craig was the Associate Director of Environmental Health for the American Lung Association (ALA) of New York State. Craig earned his undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Master of Urban Planning from New York University.