Frank Lewis is a Systems Consultant and an Adjunct Lecturer (Mathematics, Economics, and Information Systems) at New York University who has spent roughly half of his working life in the private sector (IBM, American Express, and the NY Stock Exchange) and half in the public sector. On the public sector side he has worked on all three levels of government (federal, state, & local) within the legislative, judicial, and executive branches. Through the years he has participated in several voting registration drives within Brooklyn. In the area of legislative redistricting he has served in the capacities of Staff Systems Analyst, Community Outreach Liason, Consultant and Federal Expert Witness for the NY State Assembly (1981-2), NY City Council Districting Commission (1990-1), NY State Senate Minority Counsel (1991-2), NY State Supreme Court (1992), Nassau County Legislative Districting Commission (1994), NAACP (1995), and the DuBois/Bunche Center of Medgar Evers College – CUNY (2001). His research areas of focus have included mathematical apportionment, community of interest/cohesion definition & measurement, and ecological regression. Mr. Lewis completed his undergraduate work at Yale (Mathematics, Statistics, and Operations Research) and graduate work at MIT (Management Science).