Lisa Frank
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Lisa Frank
Lisa Frank
Nationality American
Known for Lisa Frank Incorporated
James Green (divorced 2005)

Lisa Frank is an American businesswoman, the founder of Lisa Frank Incorporated, headquartered in Tucson, Arizona. She is known for producing whimsical commercial design for school supplies and other products that are primarily marketed to children.


Frank is the founder and CEO of Lisa Frank Incorporated.[1] Frank founded the company in 1979 at the age of 24,[2] and continues to lead it as of 2018. Her corporation's artwork features rainbow and neon colors and stylized depictions of animals, including dolphins, pandas, and unicorns. In the 1980s and 1990s, her products - including school supplies such as lunchboxes and Trapper Keepers, as well as toys and stickers[3] - were popular among elementary and middle school-aged girls.[4]

The company's headquarters is in Tucson, Arizona.[5]

Personal life

Frank is an alumna of the Kingswood School (today: Cranbrook Kingswood School),[6] a preparatory school in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.[7]

In 2005 Lisa Frank divorced James Green, the CEO and co-share holder of Lisa Frank Incorporated. The court agreed to assign control of the company to Lisa Frank.[8]


  1. ^ "Privacy Policy Archived 1999-01-29 at the Wayback Machine.." Lisa Frank. Retrieved on October 10, 2011. "CONTACT INFORMATION: Lisa Frank, Inc. ATTN: Customer Service 6760 S. Lisa Frank Ave. Tucson, AZ 85756"
  2. ^ David Wichner (October 1, 2005). "Girls' crafts business founders file for divorce; control of company in limbo". The Arizona Daily Star. 
  3. ^ Bent, Gala. "Interview With Cindy Hinant". Asthmatic Kitty Records. Archived from the original on 29 November 2014. Retrieved 2014. Lisa Frank was really popular in the early 90's and I was the sticker queen. I started a sticker club at my grade school. 
  4. ^ Soldner, Anna (February 16, 2012). "What ever happened to Lisa Frank". The Spectator. Retrieved 2012. 
  5. ^ Bryant, Kenzie (May 17, 2012). "Four things we learned about Lisa Frank from her head designer". Racked National. Retrieved 2012. 
  6. ^ "Style Magazine Celebrates Six Cranbrook Kingswood Graduates". Cranbrook Schools. July 29, 2003. Retrieved 2012. 
  7. ^ Mark, Carly Lisa Frank on Lisa Frank Foundations Magazine. September 1, 2015
  8. ^ "Control of girl-focused company decided". The Associated Press State & Local Wire. October 21, 2005. 

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