Frank Voci
Frank Voci is the Founder of White Knot for Equality, a non-profit organization fighting equality for LGBT people.

Frank Voci is the Founder of White Knot for Equality, a non-profit organization fighting for marriage and overall equality for LGBT people. He is the owner of Voci Media Works, a Los Angeles-based digital media consulting practice, and is Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors of Aids Project Los Angeles. Frank was on the team that launched CNET, one of the first major internet media brands, in 1994. Since then he's worked on various new media projects and companies including a stint in 2001-2003 as President of IFILM, the internet video delivery leader of the time. Frank graduated from Stanford University in 1991 with a degree in Human Biology and lives in West Hollywood with his dog, Brooklyn.

White Knot for Equality is a non-profit organization devoted to fighting for marriage and overall equality for LGBT people. The White Knot symbol has quickly become the symbol for marriage equality and can be found in more than 1200 cities around the world (all 50 states and 18 other countries). Our goal is to create conversations that need to happen to change hearts and minds. We've been featured in The New York Times, Variety, Entertainment Weekly, Towle Road, Perez Hilton, and more.