Program Planner, Nault Center for Entrepreneurship
Office: BSN 3326
Frank Nunez is a program planner with the University of South Florida Nault Center For Entrepreneurship. Nunez is responsible for planning and coordinating pitch competitions and events for the center. He also advises entrepreneurship students on developing their innovations by teaching them essential entrepreneurial concepts such as pitching, developing business plans and models, creativity and ideation, and academic and career support. In addition, he provides operational support for initiatives that aid faculty, staff, and students.
Before working at USF, Nunez worked in the financial and real estate industry. He also was a writing tutor with Hillsborough Community College, instructing students on writing, communication, and critical thinking skills. He was also a baseball hitting instructor and published author, publishing over nine books in both fiction and non-fiction. He also has a YouTube channel called Teachly University, which creates lectures on entrepreneurship and personal development.
He earned a bachelor's degree in finance and English from the University of South Florida and is working on his master’s degree in entrepreneurship at USF.