Bob Beitcher has been the chief executive officer and president at Motion Picture Television Fund since July 2011 and serves on the organization's Board of Directors.
Previously, Bob was president and chief executive officer of Panavision and vice-chairman of the MacAndrews and Forbes Media Group. He joined Consolidated Film Industries in 1997 as president and chief executive and served in that position until 2000 when the company was acquired by Technicolor. At Technicolor, he created the Creative Services group, which remains an industry leader in post-production and media distribution services. Earlier in this career, Mr. Beitcher worked closely with George Lucas, Jim Henson, and Francis Coppola and their respective production companies.
He has been a director of MPTF since 2007. He is on the board of directors of Vino Vault and Exokinetics, and serves on the advisory board of the Institute for Human Caring and the ARRI Rental Group, the Finance Committee, Investment Committee, and Executive Committee of the Members at Large branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and the advisory boards of the Jewish Graduate Student Initiative and SpringBoard Health Initiative.