Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is proud to announce that Bruce Allbright has joined the center's Board of Trustees.
Allbright is the founder of Fresno, California-based Allbright Cotton and the managing partner of Jacalitos Pistachios in Coalinga, California, along with numerous other business and investment interests across the nation.
"We are very pleased to have someone with the business acumen of Bruce Allbright join our Board of Trustees," said Crow Canyon President and CEO Deborah Gangloff. "Bruce also has much experience with non-profit organizations, and a passion for our mission.”
He and his wife Leslie have five children—four boys who live in California and a daughter currently deployed in the Middle East—and have lived in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, since semi-retiring in 2010.
Allbright has served on numerous not-for-profit boards and professional boards in Fresno, California and Steamboat Springs, including serving as chair of Valley Children’s Hospital (California) and the Fresno Art Museum. He currently sits on the board of Colorado Mountain College Foundation in Carbondale, Colorado, and the Coldwater Conservation Fund of Trout Unlimited.
The Allbrights have a deep interest in U.S. and world history, and enjoy children, fly fishing, skiing, dogs, horses, travel, philanthropy, and aviation.