Gregory Frankel
Gregory Frankel
Born and raised in Miami, Gregory Frankel was on Biscayne Bay well before he was on the roadways. His love for the water partly fueled his desire to study Environmental Sciences at the University of California at Berkeley.

Upon graduating, he worked with an environmental consultant in Palo Alto and in the Office of Mayor Jerry Brown in Oakland. While attending Columbia University Law School, Greg spearheaded then Housing Secretary Andrew Cuomo’s environmental and energy policy during his first Gubernatorial campaign and spent a summer as a legal intern at the Natural Resources Defense Council in Washington, DC. Currently, Greg is a practicing entertainment attorney in Miami and the managing partner of BASE, a business management firm. While his professional path has taken him in another direction, his passion for environmental protection has never strayed far. Greg currently lives in Coconut Grove with his wife and two sons.

HomeMiami Waterkeeper is a South Florida Environmental Group that advocates for Swimmable, Drinkable, Fishable water for all. Working on sea rise, water pollution, coral reef protection, and water issue education.
Upon graduating, he worked with an environmental consultant in Palo Alto and in the Office of Mayor Jerry Brown in Oakland. While attending Columbia University Law School, Greg spearheaded then Housing Secretary Andrew Cuomo’s environmental and energy policy during his first Gubernatorial campaign and spent a summer as a legal intern at the Natural Resources Defense Council in Washington, DC. Currently, Greg is a practicing entertainment attorney in Miami and the managing partner of BASE, a business management firm. While his professional path has taken him in another direction, his passion for environmental protection has never strayed far. Greg currently lives in Coconut Grove with his wife and two sons.