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Wespath Hires Marketing Manager

April 12, 2017
Christina Tincher

Wespath Investment Management (Wespath) has hired Christina Tincher as manager, marketing, reporting to Derek Casteel, managing director, Institutional Investment Services.

Christina is responsible for developing communications materials specifically designed for institutional investors with assets unrelated to benefit plans (primarily endowments and foundations), a segment of Wespath’s business that has tripled in size since 2011, growing from $1 billion to $3 billion in assets under management.

In this capacity, she uses both print and digital platforms to inform existing and prospective clients about Wespath and its product offerings. She also leads Wespath’s online campaign, building recognition of Wespath’s value proposition through social media.

"We are thrilled to welcome Christina to our team," said Casteel. "As Wespath’s client base continues to grow, her experience will be a critical element of our success."

Christina brings over a decade of marketing experience. She joins Wespath from Brookfield Investment Management, where she was an assistant vice president of client service. In this role, she worked closely with the institutional investor relations team to develop a variety of communications materials including completion of requests for proposals (RFP). Prior to that, Christina worked for over six years at Aurora Investment Management LLC, where she was marketing manager. Christina received a bachelor's degree in Finance and Marketing from Marquette University.

About Wespath
Wespath Investment Management provides investment solutions for the pension (defined contribution and defined benefit) and endowment portfolios of institutional investors, including foundations, general agencies, annual conferences, higher education institutions, health care organizations, and churches through a broadly diversified family of daily-priced funds. Wespath's investment process proactively incorporates environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors through active ownership practices (engagement and proxy voting) and investments in market-rate community development loans. As of March 31, 2017, total assets under management were nearly $22 billion.