Frank Simio

Vice President for Lincoln Center

In his role as vice president for Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus, Frank Simio works closely with deans and student affairs professionals to help the serve the needs of Lincoln Center students as effectively as possible.

Simio joined Fordham in 2000 as vice president for finance, a role he filled for 14 years before becoming the University’s interim senior vice president and chief financial officer and later director of special projects in the Office of the President. In his prior roles at Fordham, Simio helped continue the University’s long streak of balanced budgets, and developed financing plans for a number of major capital projects, including the construction of McKeon Hall and the Law School building and the acquisition of Martino Hall—all on the campus he now oversees.

Simio graduated from Fordham University with a B.S. in public accounting and later earned his CPA license. Before joining Fordham, Simio worked with the Big 8 accounting firm Ernst & Whinney and held several positions in Major League Baseball, including in the Office of the Commissioner, at Major League Baseball Properties, and at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.