Frank C. Quevedo
Executive Director, Environmental Scientist
South Fork Natural History Museum (SOFO)
Born in the Bronx and raised in Yonkers, New York. Frank has been the executive director of the South Fork Natural History Museum (SOFO) located in Bridgehampton since 2010. He is a graduate of Long Island University, Southampton with a B.S. in Marine Biology, and a degree in Business Administration from Iona College. Prior to his current position as the director of the Museum, Frank worked for the Town of East Hampton for 12 years as a Bay Management Specialist restoring and enhancing shellfish populations on the east end of Long Island. Under his leadership, the Museum has won numerous awards as a leader in nature and environmental education. The Museum produces over 250 nature education programs annually, including environmental, and marine science summer programs, environmental clubs and is a leading organization in shark research.
Frank has a passion for sustaining the natural environment and educating people on becoming stewards of our planet. He also writes nature articles for local publications, SOFO newsletters and enjoys photography. He is the President of the South Fork Sea Farmers Organization, advocating and educating the community on sustainable shellfish farming. He lives in Sag Harbor, New York.