Fidelity Charitable, the nation’s largest grantmaker, has named Jacob Pruitt its president, succeeding Pamela Norley, effective Oct. 18.
Prior to joining Fidelity Charitable, Pruitt was vice president and head of T. Rowe Price Charitable, leading the asset manager’s charitable giving strategy and donor-advised fund program. Pruitt also led the Colorado regional strategy for T. Rowe Price and was a member of the company’s Diversity and Inclusion Operating Council.
Pruitt succeeds Pamela Norley, who is retiring after leading Fidelity Charitable for five years, following more than 20 years spent in various leadership roles across Fidelity Investments.
The post Jacob Pruitt named president of Fidelity Charitable appeared first on InvestmentNews.
Andrew is half-human, half-gamer. He’s also a science fiction author writing for BleeBot.