Boaz Witbeck

As a Senior Consultant at AmPhil, Boaz Witbeck specializes in implementing major donor fundraising strategies, executing personnel searches, and developing effective messaging for our clients.

Before joining AmPhil, Boaz worked with Americans for Prosperity, serving as the Deputy State Director and winning Arizona Capitol Times’ “Breakdown Breakout” award in 2020.

Boaz earned a B.S. in both Political Science and Economics through Arizona State University’s Barrett Honors College. He also holds a Master’s in Public Administration from Arizona State and an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. In his free time, Boaz enjoys hiking in the Greater Phoenix area, playing strategic board games, and spending time at home with his wife, Leah, and their tabby, Wren.

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