Frank DeLucia currently serves as Senior Vice President of HUB International Northeast. Frank joined HUB International in 1991. Based out of the New York City office, he works primarily with residential and commercial real estate owners and management companies in the New York metro area. As one of the senior brokers at HUB Northeast, he currently works with over 100 major real estate companies in the region. Additionally, he has experience in building insurance and risk management programs for general contractors and construction companies. Frank also specializes in the apparel industry.
Frank is an active member of various real estate associations in New York such as Community House & Improvement Program (CHIP), New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM), Bronx/Manhattan North Association of Realtors, the New York Association of Affordable Housing (NYSAFAH) and the National Realty Club, where he was recently elected to serve as Governor. In addition, he is a board member of the Associated Builders and Owners of Greater New York (ABO).
Outside of his work with the Real Estate industry, Frank is also an active member of the Fashion Service Network (FSN), which is a group of leaders in all professional service areas that are dedicated to the improvement of the fashion industry. In addition, Frank serves as a board member of the Nassau County Police Department’s Exploring Advisory Board, where he was honored for his dedication as their 2012 “Person of the Year”.
In 2017, Frank was a recipient of the Jewish National Fund (JNF) “Tree of Life” award and was elected as “Person of the Year” by Community Management Associates (CMA) in 2019. He has been recognized annually at HUB’s sales conference with top honors; recently achieving the HUB Triple Legend Award in 2017, which is awarded for meeting the highest category criteria for over 15 consecutive years.
Frank holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from C.W. Post – Long Island University and is a licensed Property & Casualty insurance broker in New York.