Margot Gilbert Frank

Margot Gilbert Frank

Trustee, University of Denver, Denver Center for Performing Arts

School of Accountancy Advisory Board

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Biography at a Glance

Margot Gilbert Frank was president of Ruffy Corporation, a real-estate firm in New York City that she just sold. Previously, she was a teacher at O’Connell Middle School in the Jefferson County School District for 24 years, teaching American history. She also taught at-risk students for Colorado Youth Services for two years. Frank is a trustee for the Lewis D. and John J. Gilbert Foundation; she established the John J. Gilbert Chair in Accountancy and the John J. Gilbert Accounting Scholarship. She is a trustee of the Denver Center for Performing Arts (DCPA). Frank is past chair of the Fine Arts Foundation Investment Fund, a past board member for Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain, the Mizel Museum of Judaica, F.A.C.E.S., Juvenile Diabetes Foundation and many other organizations. Frank is actively involved with the University of Denver, currently serving as the co-chair of the University Advancement Campaign, a member of the Board of Trustees, a member of the Executive Committee, a member of the Finance and Budget Committee, a member of the School of Accountancy Board of Advisors and chair of the visiting committee for the Newman Center for the Performing Arts and the Lamont School of Music. She has served on many committees throughout the University.


Frank holds a BA from the University of Denver and is married to M. Allan Frank, who holds a JD from the University of Denver.