Stacey Frankovich

Stacey Frankovich is a director in the southeast Michigan business and entrepreneurial ecosystem and adjunct faculty at Oakland University. Prior to joining MedHealth as the Program Manager, she held the position of North American Lead for the MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge, a global challenge awarding millions of dollars to entrepreneurs using technology to drive economic opportunity for workers. Frankovich has an impressive career in economic development and building programs that are aimed at driving economic impact. Frankovich’s additional experience includes her role as the Director for the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Macomb Community College, Leader of the Ideas 2 Business (i2B) program at Oakland University, and she managed the Michigan Doing Business with DARPA Matching Funds Program (MD.MFP) for the Macomb/Oakland University Business Incubator. Frankovich has a great understanding of the business and entrepreneurial ecosystem and has advised hundreds of companies through the startup and growth phases of their business. Frankovich has held a governor-appointed position on the Michigan Board of Medicine since 2015 and is a Fellow of the Federation of State Medical Boards. Frankovich holds a Master of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Administration from Baker College. Together with her husband, Stacey has four children and two grandchildren.