Nancy B. Gardiner

Managing Partner & Director of Family Office & Philanthropy Services at Hemenway & Barnes LLP

Nancy B. Gardiner

Nancy B. Gardiner

Managing Partner & Director of Family Office & Philanthropy Services at Hemenway & Barnes LLP

Biography

Nancy Gardiner advises multigenerational families on wealth management, tax and legacy planning strategies that support their goals and values. She is experienced in all facets of family office creation, operation and management and on providing sophisticated philanthropic advisory services. Nancy also serves as a trustee to individuals and families as well as nonprofits and foundations.

Working with nonprofits and artist foundations, Nancy counsels development offices on issues relating to major gifts, governance and advancement. Nancy’s clients appreciate her unique perspective and valuable insight gained from serving on nonprofit boards and representing donors.

As the leader of the firm's Family Office and Philanthropy Services group, Nancy works directly with families on the transition of wealth from one generation to the next, with a focus on legal, financial, philanthropic and family legacy objectives. She provides a full range of philanthropic advisory and grant making services to private foundations, trusts, individuals, families and other entities. In addition to providing specialized family governance expertise, the Family Office and Philanthropy Services group helps clients accomplish everyday tasks and other issues related to "life management."

Nancy serves as the Managing Partner of Hemenway & Barnes LLP. She is also Managing Director and Secretary of Hemenway Trust Company, a New Hampshire-based private fiduciary firm.

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Hemenway & Barnes LLP

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282

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5

Number of Awards

1

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Partner at Hemenway & Barnes LLP

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Managing Director at Hemenway Trust Co. LLC

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Executive Director at Hemenway & Barnes LLP

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Chief Executive Officer at Associated Grant Makers, Inc.

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General Counsel at Hemenway & Barnes LLP

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Enanta Pharmaceuticals, Inc. operates as a biotechnology company. It engages in the research and development of molecule drugs for the treatment of viral infections and liver diseases. The firm offers the medicine under the brands Mavyret and Viekira Pak. The company was founded by Peter O. Kliem and Gregory L. Verdine in 1995 and is headquartered in Watertown, MA.

Education
Law Degree

Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University of Virginia School of Law is a world-renowned training ground for distinguished lawyers and public servants. Consistently ranked among the top law schools in the nation, Virginia has educated generations of lawyers, instilling in them a commitment to leadership, integrity and community service. Virginia is justly famous for its collegial environment that bonds students and faculty, and student satisfaction is consistently cited as among the highest in American law schools. At Virginia, law students share their experiences in a cooperative spirit, both in and out of the classroom, and build a network that lasts well beyond their three years here. With more than 20,000 students and a faculty of more than 2,100, the University of Virginia has been ranked first or second among the nation's public universities since 1984. The University's diverse intellectual life is open to law students: Up to 12 credits from other departments may be counted toward the J.D. degree.

Memberships
Member
Current

The Boston Bar Association, which also goes by the acronym BBA, is a volunteer non-governmental organization in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. With headquarters located at 16 Beacon Street in the historic Chester Harding House, across from the Massachusetts State House on Beacon Hill, the BBA has roughly 10,000 members drawn from private practice, corporations, government agencies, legal aid organizations, the courts, and law schools. It traces its origins to meetings convened by John Adams, the lawyer who provided pro bono representation to the British soldiers prosecuted for the Boston Massacre and went on to become the second president of the United States. The Boston Bar Association's stated mission is: "To advance the highest standards of excellence for the legal profession, to facilitate access to justice, and to serve the community at large."

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Current

Founded in 1910, the Massachusetts Bar Association is a non-profit organization that serves the legal profession and the public by promoting the administration of justice, legal education, professional excellence and respect for the law. The MBA represents a diverse group of attorneys, judges and legal professionals across the commonwealth.

Career History
Managing Partner & Director of Family Office & Philanthropy Services
Current

Hemenway & Barnes (HB) manages family trust assets with the goal of preserving the value of assets, both in absolute dollars, and in purchasing power. The firm employs a long-term investment horizon and is committed to investments in common stocks. They focus on companies with growing earnings, global presence and strong balance sheets. HB diversifies investments across asset classes and industry and economic sectors that offer the potential for substantial growth in earnings and value over the longer term. The firm also considers investments in real estate, venture capital opportunities and other alternative investments, as appropriate. In general, HB tends to invest globally in the stocks of large-cap companies in the healthcare technology, producer manufacturing, energy minerals, consumer non-durables and electronic technology sectors. The firm maintains a medium turnover rate.

Managing Director & Secretary
Current

Founded in 2010, Hemenway Trust Co. LLC is an investment advisor located in Salem, New Hampshire. The firm offers a full range of wealth advisory and management services to high net-worth individuals and families including investment management, tax and estate planning, trust and fiduciary services, financial planning, IRAs, family office services and charitable planning.

Assistant Clerk
Prior

The school, founded in 1886, moved from Boston’s Beacon Hill to its current location in the Longwood area in 1910. Winsor’s historic campus is a seven-acre oasis, nestled amid Simmons and Wheelock Colleges, Harvard Medical School and many of Boston’s renowned teaching hospitals. Classes make frequent use of nearby resources, including the State House, Boston Public Library, African American Meeting House, Museum of Science and Museum of Fine Arts. n the early 1900s, a group of parents asked Miss Winsor to be director of the school they intended to build. They formed a corporation in 1907, bought land on the Fenway, and hired the Boston architect R. Clipston Sturgis to build "the most perfect schoolhouse." President Eliot of Harvard, an original incorporator and grandfather of two Winsor girls, suggested the motto that remains today: "A sound mind in a sound body." In 1910 the Winsor School opened with 225 students. It included a library, science laboratories, art studios, and a gymnasium and swimming pool. At the dedication ceremony, a young 1901 graduate, Susan Hallowell Brooks, spoke not of a building but of how Winsor teachers nurtured "clear thinking and pure lives."

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President
Prior

The school, founded in 1886, moved from Boston’s Beacon Hill to its current location in the Longwood area in 1910. Winsor’s historic campus is a seven-acre oasis, nestled amid Simmons and Wheelock Colleges, Harvard Medical School and many of Boston’s renowned teaching hospitals. Classes make frequent use of nearby resources, including the State House, Boston Public Library, African American Meeting House, Museum of Science and Museum of Fine Arts. n the early 1900s, a group of parents asked Miss Winsor to be director of the school they intended to build. They formed a corporation in 1907, bought land on the Fenway, and hired the Boston architect R. Clipston Sturgis to build "the most perfect schoolhouse." President Eliot of Harvard, an original incorporator and grandfather of two Winsor girls, suggested the motto that remains today: "A sound mind in a sound body." In 1910 the Winsor School opened with 225 students. It included a library, science laboratories, art studios, and a gymnasium and swimming pool. At the dedication ceremony, a young 1901 graduate, Susan Hallowell Brooks, spoke not of a building but of how Winsor teachers nurtured "clear thinking and pure lives."

Non-Profit Donations & Grants

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$250 - $499
2018

To preserve quality education in the Town of Brookline by raising funds for the support of the Brookline Public Schools and distributing such funds to support excellence and innovation in education in the Town of Brookline.

$10K +
2009

The school, founded in 1886, moved from Boston’s Beacon Hill to its current location in the Longwood area in 1910. Winsor’s historic campus is a seven-acre oasis, nestled amid Simmons and Wheelock Colleges, Harvard Medical School and many of Boston’s renowned teaching hospitals. Classes make frequent use of nearby resources, including the State House, Boston Public Library, African American Meeting House, Museum of Science and Museum of Fine Arts. n the early 1900s, a group of parents asked Miss Winsor to be director of the school they intended to build. They formed a corporation in 1907, bought land on the Fenway, and hired the Boston architect R. Clipston Sturgis to build "the most perfect schoolhouse." President Eliot of Harvard, an original incorporator and grandfather of two Winsor girls, suggested the motto that remains today: "A sound mind in a sound body." In 1910 the Winsor School opened with 225 students. It included a library, science laboratories, art studios, and a gymnasium and swimming pool. At the dedication ceremony, a young 1901 graduate, Susan Hallowell Brooks, spoke not of a building but of how Winsor teachers nurtured "clear thinking and pure lives."

$10K +
2008

The school, founded in 1886, moved from Boston’s Beacon Hill to its current location in the Longwood area in 1910. Winsor’s historic campus is a seven-acre oasis, nestled amid Simmons and Wheelock Colleges, Harvard Medical School and many of Boston’s renowned teaching hospitals. Classes make frequent use of nearby resources, including the State House, Boston Public Library, African American Meeting House, Museum of Science and Museum of Fine Arts. n the early 1900s, a group of parents asked Miss Winsor to be director of the school they intended to build. They formed a corporation in 1907, bought land on the Fenway, and hired the Boston architect R. Clipston Sturgis to build "the most perfect schoolhouse." President Eliot of Harvard, an original incorporator and grandfather of two Winsor girls, suggested the motto that remains today: "A sound mind in a sound body." In 1910 the Winsor School opened with 225 students. It included a library, science laboratories, art studios, and a gymnasium and swimming pool. At the dedication ceremony, a young 1901 graduate, Susan Hallowell Brooks, spoke not of a building but of how Winsor teachers nurtured "clear thinking and pure lives."

Awards & Honors
Best Lawyers - Best Lawyers in America
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