Jacqueline Valouch, Executive Committee, is the Head of Philanthropy for Deutsche Bank Wealth Management, based in New York. She leads global philanthropy efforts, working closely with private bankers, clients and their advisors on strategic philanthropy and charitable solutions. To that end, she helps clients align their charitable legacy with their overall wealth planning objectives. In addition, she counsels clients who wish to include the next generation in their charitable plans and who are seeking far-reaching and innovative approaches to their giving.
Jacqueline has over 20 years of experience in the philanthropic area. After nearly a decade in private practice, Valouch joined Fidelity Charitable where, for the past 15 years, she led a team of charitable planning experts, and advised individuals, families and their advisors on how to incorporate charitable giving into their long-term planning goals.
Jacqueline has been featured as a subject matter expert at numerous conferences and panels on a variety of charitable planning topics. She holds a B.A. from the State University of New York at Albany and a J.D. from New York Law School, where she served as an adjunct professor of law teaching Charitable Organizations. Jacqueline sits on the Board of Directors for the Armory Foundation and is also a leadership member of the local Chapter of the EllevateNetwork, a global professional network dedicated to the economic engagement of women worldwide.