Goldman Sachs Gives
Goldman Sachs Givesis a donor-advised fund through which the firm’s senior people recommend grants to nonprofit organizations globally. Launched in 2010, Goldman Sachs Gives harnesses the collaborative spirit of philanthropy among senior leaders at the firm and furthers Goldman Sachs’ long-standing commitment to support the communities in which its people work and live. Since its founding, Goldman Sachs Gives has distributed nearly $1.2 billion in grants, reaching 5,600 nonprofits in 90 countries around the world that are fostering innovative ideas, solving economic and social issues, and enabling progress in underserved communities. Supporting educational organizations, and in particular need-based financial aid at institutions globally, such as Trinity Hall, remains a priority for the fund.
Justin Gmelich is global head of Credit Trading at Goldman Sachs. He joined the firm in 1998 and was named managing director in 2002 and partner in 2004. Justin earned a BS in Finance from Villanova University in 1990, an MS in Accounting/Taxation from the University of Southern California in 1991 and an MBA in Finance from Columbia Business School in 1995.
He serves as Vice Chair of the Villanova University Board of Trustees and on the boards of Teddy's Fund and Trinity Hall.
Justin demonstrates his dedication to Trinity Hall in his role as one of our four founders, his generous philanthropic support, and his continued commitment to the development of the school.