ICONIQ Capital is a privately held investment firm that advises and invests on behalf of some of the world’s most influential families and organizations. We create investment opportunities and strategies for our clients to manage their lives, philanthropy, and legacy.
ICONIQ Impact is ICONIQ Capital’s global platform for collaborative philanthropy. We harness the intelligence and convening power of ICONIQ’s network to achieve an outsized, measurable impact on some of the world’s most pressing problems. Our primary areas of focus include climate change, gender equity, health, democracy, refugee resettlement, education, and economic mobility. Since our inception in April 2019, we’ve mobilized over $400 million in grant commitments and have a goal to unlock $3 billion by 2030. Now, we’re looking to grow our team so we can dream bigger, act bolder, and drive impact at scale.
ABOUT THE POSITION
ICONIQ Impact is seeking an experienced VP, Philanthropy Advisor to support ICONIQ clients with their philanthropic strategy and giving needs. This position will heavily support one ICONIQ family but will also provide philanthropic advisory and support to additional ICONIQ clients—particularly where clients’ giving interests overlap.
The primary family prioritizes giving opportunities that are high-leverage, equity-oriented, human-centered, and collaborative. With these criteria in mind, the Philanthropic Advisor will be responsible for curating open-source giving portfolios focused on (but not limited to) climate change, gender equity, global health, criminal justice reform, and education. The Philanthropic Advisor will additionally be expected to support the creation of new collaborative philanthropic initiatives and engagement opportunities among clients with similar giving interests.
They will serve as a project manager for initiatives where their clients are participants. Demonstrated experience working with UHNWI and a commitment to providing “white glove” service is required, as is the ability to travel for client and grantee meetings. The position will report to Matti Navellou, SVP of ICONIQ Impact, who will serve as lead contact for the clients and set vision for their engagement.
The ideal candidate is excited to work in a deputy capacity and should additionally have subject-matter expertise in one or more of the aforementioned issue areas. The VP, Philanthropy Advisor will be a part of a hybrid team and will be required to work from the New York City or San Francisco office three days a week.
The salary range for this position is commensurate with experience and expertise.
HOW TO APPLY
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