Frank R. Harrison

NYC-based Executive


Frank R. Harrison is a passionate executive with 30+ years of experience spanning the Financial Services, Entertainment, and New Media industries. For the last three years, he has become focused on Healthcare as a mission, utilizing all of his experience to become a leader to the audience he reaches over multiple channels.

Frank’s Education spans top-notch institutions that have provided the foundation for Entrepreneurship while learning from top-notch institutions Brooklyn Technical High School, New York University, Fordham University, and recently achieved certification as a Public Health Advocate through Cornell University in conjunction with the New York State Department of Health. The most recent accolade was achieved during the COVID-19 Pandemic, and he has been able to put this work to use on his podcast Frank About Health.

Frank has worked at multiple organizations across various sectors, including Financial Services, Entertainment, and Healthcare Media. Such Organizations include Citibank, MetLife, Sony Music Entertainment, and Columbia House, and this has led to the formation of his healthcare platform, a division of his new venture Health-E-Media, Inc.

Frank R. Harrison

Frank’s MBA is from the Fordham Gabelli School of Business, concentrating in Global Marketing, Finance, and International Management. In 2007, Frank returned to NYU and earned his Master of Arts degree in Psychology, focusing on Neuroscience. His Business experience and health training have led to healthcare ventures, advocacy programs, and media platforms to illustrate his research and desire to strive for social change one person at a time.

Throughout his dynamic entrepreneurial and analytic career, Frank R. Harrison has crafted an approach to business rooted in effective marketing, forward-thinking tech, and a genuine desire to better the world around him. Thanks to this, he’s made significant progress in various areas. He created this site to serve as a hub for his previous press, media, and other blog content — but he also knows that this is only the beginning.

Currently, Frank is channeling his expertise and passions into filmmaking. He is working towards releasing a documentary in 2024, aiming to leverage his diverse experiences and insights to create a compelling narrative that resonates with a wide audience. This project is an extension of his career and a testament to his lifelong commitment to learning, innovation, and making a meaningful difference.


via TalkRadio YouTube description:

The audience will hear a unique story of a fully integrated D.I.D. system that is both brave and self-reported for the purpose of educating the listeners of a condition that someone can thrive from with all the support from close personal friends and colleagues. Additionally, a clinical discussion of the disorder will be provided for complete understanding of the condition to provide real understanding and show the resources available to seek treatment.
For the first time in Frank About Health History, this episode will provide both a personal case history of Dissociative Identity Disorder along with a medical correspondent segment providing insightful discussion of a misunderstood psychiatric condition that has been misrepresented in traditional media and portrayed in a negative light.

Logan Pethtel’s personal journey in living with this condition is both courageous and insightful. It has already been said that he is brave and a hero to many who have not yet benefited from the integration process. His comparison of Endogenic and Traumagenic systems provides the basis for the clinical discussion that Karen Ross and Dr. Marissa Harris have towards the end of the program.

Current Endeavors


Frank R. Harrison is now focusing on developing an affinity marketing platform dedicated to raising funds for healthcare.

Originally launched during his graduate studies at NYU, this platform will pave the way for a new kind of fintech: one that is rooted in community-driven action to deliver a social good and more economical way to pay for everyone’s health care needs.

At the same time, he is building the Frank About Health brand.

Frank About Health

What began as a show focused on epilepsy has become a platform designed to send the message of hope, healing and self-awareness into a community that influences each of its members. Launched at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Frank About Health podcast has sparked meaningful conversations about the most prominent issues on the public’s mind, including: Epilepsy, Cancer, Cardiac Care, Caregiving, Diabetes, Nutrition, Mental Health, Alternative Health and COVID-19. As our landscape continues to shift, both as a people and a nation, Frank is determined to provide a space where his listeners can find pertinent information, solidarity, and solace in times of uncertainty. Outside of this endeavor, Frank R. Harrison has also been involved in FACES (Finding A Cure for Epilepsy and Seizures), an organization affiliated with NYU Langone Health and its Comprehensive Epilepsy Center.

Recent Blogs

Unlocking The Secrets Of Mental Health – Why Awareness Matters

Mental health is one such topic that needs more attention. Several taboos associated with mental health also need addressing. With Mental Health Awareness Month around the corner, we should take it as an opportunity to discuss it in detail.  What is mental health? Why...

The Impact Of Stress On Your Body And How To Manage Stress

Today, we live in a fast-paced world. Thus, in the hustle and bustle of our everyday routine, stress is a common companion that tags along with us. However, not every kind of stress is terrible. Yes! Stress can also be a motivator and can help you achieve and deliver....

Exploring Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID): Innovations in Treatment and Assessments

Dissociative identity disorder (DID), formerly known as multiple personality disorder, is a challenging and sometimes misdiagnosed mental health condition that is marked by the presence of two or more distinct personality states. Identity confusion, memory loss, and...

AI and Mental Health: A New Frontier for Diagnosis and Treatment

The role of AI in mental health care is progressively growing as AI is used all over the world for diagnosing and treating mental disorders. With mental health issues spiking across the globe and the healthcare system not having sufficient capacity for psychiatric...

The Future of Frank & a Documentary

Over the last month, I have been revisiting why I started Frank About Health. I have done what I could to reflect whole heartedly at my original intentions and make sure that as things progressed I also progressed. I was fortunate to start a documentary project with a...

Reflections and Predictions of Healthcare In The New Year

The healthcare industry is amidst a series of significant transformations in the new year. The year 2023 brought innovations that have changed how patients are treated, treatment is given, and healthcare management itself. In this blog post, we look back at these...

The Future is Healthy

Covid-19 exposed just how vulnerable the healthcare industry is in the United States. Additionally, the lockdowns that Covid introduced revealed how imperative it is that everyone has a clear understanding of how they can maintain their health.    While people...

Managing Burnout and Imposter Syndrome

Managing your mental health may be the very most important aspect of life. Furthermore, a healthy mental state is imperative in order to be effective at work and experience consistent career growth. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so it’s an excellent time to...

The Hotel Industry’s Role in Medical and Wellness

Hospital-adjacent hotels are in a hurry to open up and develop new facilities, but to successfully compete with other hotels, it is important to adapt your hotel brand. This requires modifications to your building and amenities, but it is also important to understand...

What is Social Justice in Healthcare?

Social justice is a term applied to those discriminated against because of their race, gender, education, or other quality. While social justice was once only associated with activists, it has become a more broadly recognizable term that most healthcare leaders are...