My name is Frank Sainfort and I was born in New York and raised in Atlanta, GA. I enjoy reading and playing the cello, having performed for about seven years. I relocated to Maryland to attend Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD and graduated in 2017 with a B.S. in Bio-psychology and Health Sciences.
I am committed to cultivating sustainable resources for all Marylanders in need by strengthening the volunteer program at the Community Action Agency of Montgomery County. Motivated by the impact of advocacy, I decided to serve a year with AmeriCorps through Volunteer Maryland to become a part of the process of making healthy futures readily accessible to all Americans.
During my year of national service with Volunteer Maryland, I plan to strengthen my skills in public speaking, leadership, and advocacy. I would like to use these skills to support my dream of becoming a skilled, well-rounded psychotherapist. Working with the CAA of Montgomery County will allow me to foster innovative solutions to real-world problems that many communities face on a daily basis and it is a challenge I am ready to take on.