Head of Wachovia's charitable services aims to build philanthropy, support nonprofits.
By Ret Boney
An ordained Episcopal priest and decade-long keyboardist and saxophonist for rock band Nantucket, H. King McGlaughon followed a novel path to the helm of charitable services for one of the largest banks in the U.S.
As the new managing executive of Wachovia's National Philanthropic Practice, he will oversee the bank's $13 billion in charitable assets under management and work to continue its growth.
'My personal goal is that Wachovia becomes widely understood to be the most well-respected and most successful provider"