Chuck joined the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation in September 2011 as Portfolio Manager and Director of Capital Aggregation. In this role, he...
Chuck joined the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation in September 2011 as Portfolio Manager and Director of Capital Aggregation. In this role, he oversees and guides the Foundation’s capital aggregation activities and manages relationships with various grantees. Before joining the Foundation, Chuck co-founded and served for five years as Executive Partner of SeaChange Capital Partners.
Chuck spent 23 years in the banking business before retiring in 2002 from his position as a partner and managing director at Goldman Sachs, where he served as co-head of the East Coast High Technology Group in the firm’s Investment Banking Division and as co-head of Corporate Finance in the Americas. He sits on the boards of several nonprofit and philanthropic organizations and has served extensively on the boards of both private and public for-profit corporations.
Chuck has spoken broadly on the role of capital formation in advancing social change. He is a graduate of Harvard College and holds a master’s degree in finance from MIT’s Sloan School of Management.