Frank Vento is a native of California’s San Mateo County and grew up on the San Francisco Peninsula. He worked in the family businesses which was a strong influence in shaping his work ethic and relationship building. He became a licensed Realtor in 2001, later receiving his broker’s license and certified CRS designation. Frank is active in real estate on the Coastside and Peninsula. Currently he manages Intero Half Moon Bay office. Elected by his peers to serve on the the Realtor San Mateo County Board of Directors (SAMCAR) for three years. After his tenure, he continues to volunteer on special events committee with SAMCAR.
Having lived on the coast since the 1980’s, Frank was presented with many opportunities for community outreach work. As a member of the Community United Methodist Church in Half Moon Bay for over two decades, he has been active in helping with youth camp, outreach mission projects, and Pumpkin Festival food booth. He has been also been asked to serve on numerous service committees and currently is on the Board of Trustees. He currently serves as President of the Native Sons of the Golden West Parlor #230 in Pescadero, California. This organization is a plays a major role in helping preserve California history.
Frank is a long time supporter of Caminar, having a brother-in-law who is a client fortunate enough to be the beneficiary of the many life-changing benefits Caminar's programs have to offer. Frank believes in giving back, and views board service as an opportunity to be an integral partner with the Caminar organization.