Mr. Dillow spent 25 years with Verizon Corporation, and one of its predecessor company GTE Corporation, including his final 11 years as Vice President Federal Government Relations in its Washington, DC office. Prior to joining GTE at its corporate offices in Stamford, CT in 1981, Frank had worked as an Assistant Public Utility Commissioner for the State of Oregon, during the administrations of Governors Tom McCall, Bob Straub and Vic Atiyeh, and as a news reporter for several Oregon newspapers, including the Oregonian Publishing Company in Portland. After retiring from Verizon, Frank joined Long & Foster Realtors, Inc., as Assistant Vice President in their Commercial Division specializing in office and retail properties in Virginia, Washington, DC and Maryland.
Frank was graduated from Lewis & Clark with an undergraduate degree in political science and journalism in 1968 and a J.D. from Northwestern School of Law in 1977. He currently chairs the Lewis & Clark College Alumni Board. In addition, he has served on the Board of Directors of the University Club of Washington, DC and as chair of the Board of Directors of the Washington Bach Consort as well as an adjunct fellow in the Technology and Democracy Project at the Seattle based Discovery Institute. His article, Connecting Oregon: The Slow Road to Rapid Communications 1843-2009 was published in the summer 2010 issue of the Oregon Historical Quarterly.
Frank and his wife Amy reside in Arlington and Charlottesville, Virginia.
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