Fairfield County Community Foundation gains new talent

The Fairfield County Community Foundation has welcomed three new faces to its board, bringing with them both corporate and nonprofit expertise.

John Bailey of Darien, Greg Hartch of Greenwich and Elisabeth Morten of Fairfield were recently elected to serve two-year terms. As leaders in the business community who are actively involved with nonprofits in their towns and across the country, they bring a wealth of experience to help the foundation make an impact throughout the region.

Mr. Hartch, a Greenwich resident, is an executive vice president and portfolio manager for GE Asset Management in Stamford. He joined GE in 2002 and has held several positions including head of tactical asset allocation, director of fixed income research and managing director of international real estate. Currently, he serves as GE’s strategy leader, is co-lead portfolio manager of GE’s balanced mutual funds and serves as a trustee of the GE Pension Trust.

The Fairfield County Community Foundation promotes the growth of community and regional philanthropy to improve the quality of life throughout Fairfield County. Individuals, families, corporations and organizations can establish charitable funds or contribute to existing funds. The foundation also provides philanthropic advisory services, and develops and leads initiatives to tackle critical community issues. It is in compliance with the Council on Foundations’ national standards for community foundations.

The foundation has awarded $168 million in grants to nonprofits in Fairfield County and beyond.

For more information, visit Fccfoundation.org.

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