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Deb Dubin

Chief Philanthropy Officer

Deborah (Deb) Dubin is a champion of established and emerging best practices in philanthropy, including trust-based, inclusive, and equitable grantmaking.

As Moneta’s Chief Philanthropy Officer, she works alongside Moneta’s financial advisors to help clients and their families consider their “WHY,” and then fosters engagement in thoughtfully structured, strategic, and impactful giving and other activities that are aligned with clients’ personal values. Deb also guides the Moneta Charitable Foundation, operationalizing a mission focusing on financial literacy and economic empowerment.

Before joining Moneta, she served for eight years as CEO & President of Philanthropy Missouri, a statewide regional association of grantmakers; prior to that, she served for five years as Vice President at a venture capital firm that invests in low-income communities around the country. She has taught courses on the nexus between business and government at Washington University in St. Louis and participates in several University advisory committees.

Deb is a graduate of Harvard College and the University of California Berkeley School of Law. She is an alumna of the CORO “Women in Leadership” program, and serves on the Board at NPR-affiliated St. Louis Public Radio (KWMU), a non-profit media organization. She is an enthusiastic proponent of purpose-filled living and purposeful giving.

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