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Philanthropy News
May 23, 2016


Contact: Amy Vick, The Columbus Foundation,, 614/251-4000

Silicon Valley Investment Specialist Carter Hatch Joins The Columbus Foundation As Donor Services and Development Officer

COLUMBUS, OH (May 23, 2016)—Carter Hatch has been named Planned Giving Officer for Donor Services and Development at The Columbus Foundation, effective May 31, 2016.


As a Planned Giving Officer, Hatch will work with the Foundation’s current and prospective donors and professional advisors to match their charitable interests with effective giving strategies.

“Carter is a proven leader with experience working with clients who are focused on philanthropic and investment solutions,” said Angela G. Parsons, J.D., CAP®, Vice President for Donor Services and Development at The Columbus Foundation. “She will be a great addition to our team of highly skilled professionals who serve as trusted philanthropic advisors to individuals, families, and businesses passionate about making a difference in our community.”

Columbus is my hometown, and I am dedicated to building the Foundation’s endowment on behalf of future generations. 

Carter Hatch

"I look forward to contributing to the Foundation’s mission to strengthen and improve the community," Hatch said.

Hatch, who grew up in Upper Arlington, has worked with clients at J.P. Morgan in both New York City and Palo Alto for the past six years. She holds Series 7 and Series 63 certifications, and is fulfilling the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) education requirements.

Most recently, Hatch served as an Associate Investment Specialist for J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Palo Alto. Previously, she was based in New York City in J.P. Morgan’s Global Wealth Management area as an Investments Business Management Associate.

She is a graduate of Colgate University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree with a dual concentration in economics and Spanish.


About The Columbus Foundation

The Columbus Foundation is the trusted philanthropic advisor® to more than 2,400 individuals, families, businesses, and communities that have created unique funds to make a difference in the lives of others through the most effective philanthropy possible. More than 70 years strong, The Columbus Foundation is the seventh largest community foundation in the United States. The Foundation’s online giving marketplace, PowerPhilanthropy®, makes it possible for everyone to access valuable information about nonprofit organizations in central Ohio