Frank KrasovecFrank Krasovec is an entrepreneur who has founded highly successful companies in a variety of industries, including food service, telecommunications, and commercial real estate.  He currently serves as chairman of Dash Brands, Ltd., which owns the development rights for Domino’s in Eastern and Northern China, areas that include Shanghai and Beijing.  Previously, he founded Norwood Promotional Products, Inc. and served as its CEO for two decades, during which time it achieved recognition as the nation’s leading supplier of promotional products.  He also founded Littlefield Real Estate Company, which over time acquired 50 commercial properties. Having begun his career at Pittsburgh National Bank, Mr. Krasovec later was one of the co-founders of The Rust Group, a Texas-based investment partnership that was heavily involved with various telecommunications companies.

Mr. Krasovec also has been deeply involved in higher education.  For a number of years he served as the chairman of the Ohio University Foundation, reorganizing the foundation and leading a campaign that grew the endowment from $200 million to $1 billion.  In 2008 the Governor of Ohio appointed him to the Ohio Board of Regents, an agency that oversees higher education for the state.  Mr. Krasovec is also active in the Austin/San Antonio Young Presidents’ Organization and was a founding member of the World Presidents’ Organization.

Frank earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Ohio University in 1965 and his MBA from that institution in 1966.  Prior to becoming a Southwestern trustee, Frank was a member of Southwestern’s board of visitors.

Location: Austin