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The End of an Era

March 15, 2017 by CCF

VP of Finance & Chief Investment Officer, Brian Hussain retires after 22 years with Coastal Community Foundation

Since joining Coastal Community Foundation in 1995, Brian Hussain has helped CCF achieve extraordinary growth. Brian’s mastery of finance and accounting in his initial role as Finance Officer helped CCF earn the trust and respect of its growing donor base. As Vice President of Finance and Chief Investment Officer, his longevity and expertise in investment management has demonstrated both credibility and transparency that has had a direct effect on the Foundation’s growth in assets over the past two decades.

It is with deep appreciation for Brian’s long history of hard work and integrity that we announce his decision to retire from CCF in December. When Brian joined the Foundation, assets under management totaled just over $10 million, in 118 funds. Today, Coastal Community Foundation has $234 million in assets under management and 847 funds.

In the coming months, Brian will help CCF transition to new systems and personnel, while ensuring a smooth transition with the Finance and Investment leadership. Stay tuned for a retrospective of Brian’s life with CCF in the coming weeks.

Please join us in wishing Brian well!

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