Amy Fracker comes to Ballet Chelsea with over 30 years of nonprofit leadership experience, with in-depth experiences in nonprofit administration, fundraising, organizational change and program development. Amy has supported the arts at a variety of organizations including Riverside Art Center, Ella Sharp Museum, The Henry Ford, and the Jackson School of the Arts where she successfully ran a $2 million capital campaign.
Specializing in fund development and program implementation, Amy places high importance on diversity and inclusion for community members to access high quality art experiences. Amy is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University and is earning a certificate in Fund Management from the Lilly School of Philanthropy at Indiana University.
I am honored to join Ballet Chelsea as the new Executive Director. I step into this role with much respect for the talent and artistry of Ballet Chelsea, Wendi Dubois and the entire staff.
I look forward to celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Nutcracker and bringing more opportunities for partnerships with the Chelsea community.