Gretchen Anderson

Trustee at Westminster College

Gretchen Anderson joined the Westminster College Board of Trustees in 2002. She is the Managing Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Sorenson Impact Center in the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah. Gretchen has been involved in impact-investing and data-driven innovative programs since 2013. She worked in the Utah State Governor’s Office of Management and Budget as director of Pay for Performance. Prior to the Sorenson Center, most of her career has been in financial services. She has served as chief operating officer and EVP of Franklin Templeton Bank and Trust, owned by Franklin Templeton Investments, serving private clients. She worked for Goldman Sachs in New York and opened the Goldman Sachs office in Salt Lake City. She served as first vice president for Morgan Stanley, managing multiple sites in California, Utah, and Florida. Prior to Morgan Stanley, she was Vice President at Charles Schwab in San Francisco. As a member of the Westminster Board of Trustees, Gretchen has chaired the Investment Committee since 2006 and has been Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees. She is on the board of the Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy, a member of the International Women’s Forum, past president of the Utah Women’s Forum, and past member of the National Advisory Board for the David Eccles College of Business at the University of Utah. She received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from the University of Utah.
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