Patrick Sablich is a Strategic Philanthropy Consultant for Wells Fargo Family Wealth and Culture Services (FWCS) team working with individuals, couples and families to provide wealth education as part of our goal of helping clients with their goals around transitioning wealth across generations providing specialized advisory services in Family Dynamics, Education and governance, Family and Business History and Strategic Philanthropy. Patrick advises clients on successful practices for advancing their social impact goals by engaging multi-generational ideas, interests and participation as part of an aligned family education and giving strategy.
Patrick has 19 years of experience in philanthropy including having served as a program officer for a private foundation, nonprofit executive director and head of philanthropic services for a large community foundation. Before joining Family Wealth and Culture Services, Patrick served as a Senior Philanthropic Specialist with Wells Fargo Private Bank. In this role, he helped clients define and achieve their philanthropic objectives as part of their overall wealth plans, including gift and tax planning, multi-generational philanthropy, donor advised funds, private foundations and charitable trusts.
Patrick graduated cum laude and earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Dayton with a concentration in public affairs and minors in business administration and entrepreneurial business. He is an alumnus of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Impact Denver and Leadership Denver, the Regional Institute of Health and Environmental Leadership and the United States Golf Association Fellowship in Leadership and Service. Patrick is an active member of the St. Louis community where he serves on several nonprofit boards, the Wells Fargo Employee Impact Team and Community Affairs Council. He enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and three children.
- Strategic Philanthropy Consultant
- Wells Fargo
- Communicating About Wealth | Diversity, Equity and Inclusion | Engaging the Next Generation | Family Dynamics | Family Philanthropy | Fundraising and Donor Engagement | Governance and Succession Planning | Impact Investing | Strategic Grantmaking | Teen and Youth Philanthropy | Wealth Management
- St. Louis
- 21/64 Approach Training