Whitney Feld serves as Vice President, Family Office Partners at Foundation For The Carolinas. In her role, Whitney serves the needs of Foundation For The Carolinas’ clients with family offices and family owned businesses.
During her tenure at FFTC, most of her client work has been with individuals and families on current gifting strategies, legacy planning, and multi-generational family engagement and grantmaking. Additionally, she provides custom board and grant services for clients running competitive grantmaking programs. She also assists with the Center for Personal Philanthropy programming and the Foundation’s continuing legal education courses.
Whitney has been with FFTC since 2017, originally serving as Assistant Vice President of Development for the Robinson Center for Civic Leadership. She holds a B.F.A from Miami University, an M.S.T from Pace University, and a J.D. from the Charleston School of Law. Whitney is a member of the American Bar Association, the North Carolina Bar Association and currently sits on the Board of the Mint Museum of Art Collections. She previously served on the boards of the North Carolinas Association of Women Attorneys, Promising Pages, and the Founder’s Circle. She is completing her CFP certification at Queens University.
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