Becca Frucht is a program officer with AMB West Philanthropies, The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation’s Montana-based endeavor, supporting and evaluating West Creek Ranch, an inspired retreat and think tank space offered by invitation-only to select nonprofit partners, business partners and associates of The Blank Family of Businesses. The ranch provides the perfect setting for convenings, leadership development and creative problem solving.
Prior to joining The Blank Family Foundation, Becca spent a decade in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles working in the media and entertainment industry before embarking on an adventure in Colorado as the Education and Outreach Director on an 87,000-acre working cattle ranch. While at Ranchlands, Becca honed her skills in riding/crashing motorbikes, moving/losing cattle on horseback and using/breaking power tools.
Becca graduated from the University of North Carolina with a bachelor’s degrees in Political Science. As a Morehead-Cain Scholar, she worked, studied and traveled in Australia, London and the Dominican Republic in addition to an Outward Bound experience in Montana, which ignited her love for the state.
A self-described “Tumbleweed Queen,” Becca grew up riding horses and has a passion for conservation and wide open spaces.