Zeno Franco brings a background in clinical psychology, community engagement, the psychology of crisis response, and heroic action to throw light on the relationship between individual action and group behavior. He is widely published on topics ranging from evidence-based approaches to treatment of PTSD to philosophies of translational research to community engagement in crisis research. His networking talents put him in many meetings and discussions, in professional as well as community organizations.

Zeno is an assistant professor in Family & Community Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Heroic Imagination Project, 501(c)3 non-profit organization that teaches people how to take effective action in challenging situations. His doctorate is in Clinical Psychology.

Zeno leads our research in the areas of human behavior and crisis management.