Maeve Miccio

Vice President & Head of Philanthropic Consulting, Fidelity Charitable

Maeve Miccio is Vice President and Head of Philanthropic Consulting at Fidelity Charitable. Fidelity Philanthropic Consulting is a division of Fidelity Investments® that provides trusted strategic guidance and customized solutions in areas related to philanthropic strategy, planning and administrative support.

Maeve was previously a Vice President of Donor Engagement at Silicon Valley Community Foundation where she advised a portfolio of 100 clients on governance, grantmaking, impact investing, partner identification and best practices in philanthropy. Her portfolio of donors represented nearly $1 billion in philanthropic capital.

Maeve held several roles at SVCF, including serving as the vice president of corporate responsibility where she led a department of professionals who advised more than 100 corporate clients on their global corporate responsibility efforts. Prior to joining SVCF, Maeve was a director at Changing Our World, a philanthropic consulting firm. She advised Fortune 500 companies on social impact strategies, cause marketing campaigns, strategic partnerships, employee engagement programs and community grantmaking. Before joining Changing Our World, Maeve was a senior manager at Walmart, where she managed the company’s $2 billion signature philanthropy campaign, including the management of a $20 million portfolio of grants focused on hunger relief. Maeve holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental analysis and policy from Boston University.


Community Foundation Spark Session: Advising Business-owning Families

Posted on April 23, 2021 by Maeve Miccio, Lisa Jolley, Wendy R. Ulaszek, Ph.D.

Business-owning families are an important customer for community foundations. Compared to non-entrepreneurs, business founders give and volunteer more, tend to see philanthropy as a more important to their lives, and tend to ask more sophisticated philanthropic planning questions. How can community foundations better support those founders in developing plans for meaningful, effective philanthropy in both their families and their businesses?… Read More