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Larry Estrada Joins Seattle Foundation's Board of Trustees

The Vice President of Private Wealth Management at Goldman Sachs provides financial advice to high-net-worth family groups, foundations, endowments, and Native American tribes across the United States.

December 31, 2020

Larry Estrada HeadshotSeattle Foundation is pleased to announce that Larry Estrada has joined its Board of Trustees. Estrada is the Vice President of Private Wealth Management at Goldman Sachs. He grew up in Bellingham and has strong ties to the Pacific Northwest.

Estrada provides financial advice, education, and investment management expertise to high-net-worth family groups, foundations, endowments, and Native American tribes across the United States. Before joining Goldman Sachs, he established and managed a global government relations team at Hewlett-Packard.

"Larry is a proven leader in the financial industry and the philanthropic sector, and Seattle Foundation will benefit from his knowledge and expertise as we continue to serve the community – especially as we all continue to support those most impacted by the pandemic,” said Board Chair Ed Thomas.

Estrada is a well-respected and recognized leader. In 2018, he was named a Puget Sound Business Journal 40-under-40 honoree for his civic and business impact in the region. He previously served on the corporate advisory board for the World Economic Forum. Now, he serves as a board member for the Russell & Ciara Wilson’s Why Not You Foundation, the Seattle Symphony, University of Washington Foundation, and IslandWood. His past and current work reflects his dedication to the community.

“Seattle Foundation’s work with partners across the community is transformational,” Estrada said. “I look forward to supporting the foundation’s efforts to create a region that provides equitable opportunity and access to everyone – regardless of race or ethnicity.”

Estrada received an MBA From Harvard Business School and an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He graduated from Stanford University with a concentration in behavioral economics.



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