The $3.3 billion Weinberg Foundation plans to welcome David Gilmore, deputy chief investment officer, to the CIO post following the retirement of Jonathan Hook, who retires as the fund’s first CIO on Aug. 31.
Gilmore will assume the role of chief investment officer on Sept. 1. Since Hook and Gilmore joined the foundation in 2014, total assets have grown by nearly 60%. This growth has translated into increased grantmaking at the foundation with roughly $140 million in grants in the works for 2022.
The foundation has also grown its investment in diverse managers . . .
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