Before joining Cornerstone, Frank Chiodo most recently served as Deputy Secretary of State under Iowa Secretary of State Michael Mauro. While with the Iowa Department of Economic Development he worked closely with Gov. Tom Vilsack and Lt. Gov. Sally Pederson to secure passage of the Iowa Values Fund, the largest and most successful economic development program in state history.
Chiodo also worked on Sen. Tom Harkin’s 2002 Senate campaign, and in 1999-2000 helped Vice President Al Gore secure a victory in the Iowa Caucuses. Frank served in the Iowa House of Representatives representing District 67 in Des Moines from 1997 through 2003. Frank was ranking member of the Commerce Committee and elected as the Minority Whip.