Born and raised in Estevan, Saskatchewan, Travis Frank has had numerous opportunities in which to learn, grow and give back to a community whom he is proud to be a part of.
At the age of 17, he joined the Board of Directors for United Way Estevan in 2005 and served as president in 2018. Between 2007 and 2010, he produced Estevan Idol, a popular show held annually at the Estevan Exhibition. He chaired the board of directors for the Estevan Bible Camp during some of the most turbulent times in Estevan; a massive rebuild was completed under his leadership after the flood of 2011. Recently, Travis worked as the Sponsorship Coordinator for the successful 2016 Saskatchewan Summer Games, which was brought to Estevan, and filled a term position as the Executive Director for the St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation.
Travis has always been a strong community advocate and volunteer and loves being a part of the exciting momentum that Estevan is building. He currently owns Graphic Press, offering commercial printing and graphic design services to businesses in Southeast Saskatchewan.
In 2016, at the age of 28, he was elected to Estevan City Council and became the youngest councillor to serve the citizens of Estevan. He and his wife, Dr. Amanda Olsen, enjoy spending their free time out and about in the community and at home with their dog Claire.
- Airport Liaison Committee
- Economic Development Board
- R.M. of Estevan #5 City of Estevan Liaison Committee