Tom J. Bartholomew

President at Bartholomew & Company, Inc.

Tom J. Bartholomew

Tom J. Bartholomew

President at Bartholomew & Company, Inc.

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Bartholomew & Company, Inc.

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392

Number of Boards

2

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President & Chief Executive Officer at The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts, Inc.

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Senior Program Director of Data Analytics, Commonwealth Medicine at University of Massachusetts Medical School

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Executive Director at Worcester County Food Bank

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Vice President & Principal at Grimes & Co., Inc.

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Professional at Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc.

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President at Atlas Distributing, Inc.

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President at American Antiquarian Society (AAS)

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Former At-Large at Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc.

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Member-Distribution Committee at Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc.

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Member-Distribution Committee at Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc.

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Tom J. Bartholomew
President at Bartholomew & Company, Inc.
Education

HIGHER EDUCATION OF MEN AND WOMEN. ASSUMPTION COLLEGE STRIVES TO FORM GRADUATES KNOWN FOR CRITICAL INTELLIGENCE, THOUGHTFUL CITIZENSHIP AND COMPASSIONATE SERVICE.

Career History
President
1994 - Current

Bartholomew & Co., Inc. has particular expertise in the institutional bond market. The firm employs a conservative approach to investing in order to preserve clients'' principal and to help them maximize return on their investments. Bartholomew & Co.''s proactive account management approach manages investments on an ongoing basis rather than as a reactive measure to changes in the market. Their strategy is risk-averse and is designed to help clients'' portfolios maximize gains in accordance with their unique goals, objectives, and risk tolerance.

Treasurer
Tenure Unconfirmed

Founded in 1975, the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc. is a public charitable corporation located in Worcester, Massachusetts.The Greater Worcester Community Foundation's asset allocation policy is designed to preserve and grow principal over the long-term. The Investment Committee reviews performance evaluation data and selects managers for each asset class, based on guidance from independent consultants Prime Buchholz & Associates. The Foundation's asset allocation policy provides a disciplined approach to investments to ensure that funds will be available to address both immediate and future community needs.

Boards & Committees
Treasurer, Board of Directors
Current

Founded in 1975, the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc. is a public charitable corporation located in Worcester, Massachusetts.The Greater Worcester Community Foundation's asset allocation policy is designed to preserve and grow principal over the long-term. The Investment Committee reviews performance evaluation data and selects managers for each asset class, based on guidance from independent consultants Prime Buchholz & Associates. The Foundation's asset allocation policy provides a disciplined approach to investments to ensure that funds will be available to address both immediate and future community needs.

Member, Investment Committee
Current

The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts, Inc. was formally established in January, 1999, with initial assets of approximately $60 million. These assets resulted from the sale of Central Massachusetts Health Care, Inc. (CMHC) a physician-initiated, not-for-profit health maintenance organization. The trustees of CMHC envisioned a philanthropic organization dedicated to improving the health of the people in the region as a fitting legacy to those physicians who founded and then supported the original organization in 1977.

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$2,500 - $4,999
2015

Founded in 1975, the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc. is a public charitable corporation located in Worcester, Massachusetts.The Greater Worcester Community Foundation's asset allocation policy is designed to preserve and grow principal over the long-term. The Investment Committee reviews performance evaluation data and selects managers for each asset class, based on guidance from independent consultants Prime Buchholz & Associates. The Foundation's asset allocation policy provides a disciplined approach to investments to ensure that funds will be available to address both immediate and future community needs.

$100 - $999
2006

Founded in 1975, the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc. is a public charitable corporation located in Worcester, Massachusetts.The Greater Worcester Community Foundation's asset allocation policy is designed to preserve and grow principal over the long-term. The Investment Committee reviews performance evaluation data and selects managers for each asset class, based on guidance from independent consultants Prime Buchholz & Associates. The Foundation's asset allocation policy provides a disciplined approach to investments to ensure that funds will be available to address both immediate and future community needs.

$100 - $999
2004

Founded in 1975, the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc. is a public charitable corporation located in Worcester, Massachusetts.The Greater Worcester Community Foundation's asset allocation policy is designed to preserve and grow principal over the long-term. The Investment Committee reviews performance evaluation data and selects managers for each asset class, based on guidance from independent consultants Prime Buchholz & Associates. The Foundation's asset allocation policy provides a disciplined approach to investments to ensure that funds will be available to address both immediate and future community needs.