A New York-based executive at Bluestar Jets, LLC, Frank Schwall began his career in education as a high school teacher in Texas. Schwall attended Baylor University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Education. While a student at Baylor, he was a member of the Baylor Student Congress, the Baylor Student Foundation, and the Sigma Chi Fraternity. Today he remains active in the Baylor University Alumni Association.
After college, Frank Schwall taught high school classes for five years. In 1993, he switched careers and found success in the financial services industry. For nine years, Schwall worked with PaineWebber and its parent company, UBS AG. After beginning as a Financial Advisor in Dallas, Schwall rose through the ranks, eventually becoming the National Sales Manager for UBS Global Asset Management, where he managed a team of 20 employees and oversaw the successful rebranding of the division.
Frank Schwall went on to serve as a Portfolio Director of Manulife Private Account for Manulife Financial, where he became one of that firm’s top managers, building a portfolio valued at $800 million. Schwall also founded his own youth sports business, Big Apple Baseball, and worked as the Business Development Director of 1st Global before accepting a position at Bluestar Jets.
An avid supporter of youth sports programs, Frank Schwall spearheaded a project to establish the first Little League field in Scarsdale, New York, raising $150,000 in private funding for the project. In his spare time, Schwall enjoys saltwater fishing. He also contributes to Habitat for Humanity.