Bob Reich has been on the staff or consulted with small to large nonprofit, academic, community and municipal organizations throughout the western U.S. over the last 30+ years in all aspects of nonprofit management and programming, with a focus on the arts.
Bob has an MFA in Arts Administration from the University of Utah Institute of Arts Administration, and a BA from Raymond College at the University of the Pacific, a small unique innovative college, where he created and ran a theatre program.
Bob has worked in the nonprofit and arts fields for over 30 years. He has experience in all aspects of organizational management, outreach/marketing, strategic planning, programming, fundraising and grant writing, boards, venue management, starting a nonprofit organization and arts education. He is currently Executive Consulting at Brainstorm Bob Consulting, working with nonprofit organizations in the areas above. In addition to teaching at University of Denver, he also teaches diverse nonprofit management classes and workshops for community education programs, professional associations and organizations. Previous positions include Executive Director of county arts councils, Arts and Community Events Manager for a city, Marketing Director for theatre companies and a professional ballet, Managing Director for two theatre companies and founder of a semi-professional theatre company.
Helping Students Be Successful
Bob loves teaching to draw upon and share experiences with the students/class participants working at nonprofit organizations or interested in work/careers in the field. He tries to make the classes and workshops very interactive by asking questions, encouraging different viewpoints, sharing experiences, and real-life examples and active discussion.