Throughout his multimedia journalism career, Allan Dodds Frank has concentrated on complex financial transactions, white collar crime and international terrorism. At Bloomberg Television from 2002-2009, he covered the mutual fund scandals, and the trials of Dennis Kozlowski, Frank Quattrone and Martha Stewart; plus the case of Bernard Madoff for The Daily Beast. Prior to Bloomberg, Frank spent eight years as the business investigative correspondent for CNN, particularly "Moneyline with Lou Dobbs," where his post 9-11 reports on the terrorists' money trail won an Emmy (his second) and a Gerald Loeb award. From 1988 to 1994, Frank was a financial investigative correspondent/producer for ABC News. Prior to that, he worked as a senior editor at Forbes magazine, a national writer for the Washington Star and as a reporter and editor for The Anchorage Daily News. He holds a masters degrees in law (Yale) and journalism (Columbia) and serves on the executive board of the Overseas Press Club Foundation, which awards scholarships to journalism students. He is a past President of The Overseas Press Club and of the Silurians Press Club.