Frank Vizcarra, President of The Vizcarra Consulting Group
A retired professional soccer player, Frank Vizcarra, began his business career with Pizza Hut as a restaurant manager and multi-unit Supervisor. He joined McDonald’s Corporation in 1985 where he worked for over 20 years. While at McDonald’s, he held a number of positions in the field from Restaurant Manager to VP of QSC. Frank Vizcarra also held several Divisional and Corporate positions including: Assistant VP of Franchise Relations, Franchising, Communications, Community Relations and the Ombudsman for the West Division, National Director of Training, National Ombudsman, Corporate VP of Franchise Relations, Strategy and innovation for the U.S. and Corporate VP in the Restaurant Solutions Group which oversees operations around the world. He also worked closely with Sr. Management for 14 years on a variety of areas of the business.
After retiring from McDonald’s Corporation in April of 2006, He founded The Vizcarra Consulting Group (VCG). As the president of VCG he focuses his time to help CEOs to define their strategies and leadership platform to drive their business. He also helps them create alignment and integration through collaboration to ensure that everyone in the organization knows and understands what they need to do to execute the strategic plan.
Mr. Vizcarra currently serves on the The Salvation Army National Advisory Board and Father Joe Villages Board of Directors.
Mr. Vizcarra and his wife Anita co-founded with the Barrio Logan College institute the “College Success Program” which provides four year college scholarships and a comprehensive support system to underprivileged students to help them break their cycle of poverty.
He is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a B.S. in Education.
Frank Vizcarra contributed one hour of his life story to Legacy.