Charlie is a 1975 graduate of Princeton University where he earned a BA degree in American Literature. After college he lived for a year in Munich Germany, where he worked as a freelance journalist. Upon returning to the United States he matriculated at Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School where he met his classmate and future wife, Anne Trucano.
At Tuck School Charlie concentrated in investments and portfolio management. He received his MBA in June of 1978 and, upon graduation, joined the Boston office of Goldman, Sachs & Co. There he was a member of Goldman’s Investment Management Division and advised wealthy individuals, privately held corporations and foundations in regard to asset allocation and investment strategy.
Charlie retired in March of 2013, and he and his wife, Anne, moved permanently to the home formerly owned by Charlie’s grandparents in Hartland, Vermont. They have two children, Sarah and Bob, love skiing in the winter, golfing (very poorly) in the summer and enjoying other outdoor activities year ’round.
Charlie has served on the Boards of several Vermont organizations, including an 11-year term with the Vermont Land Trust. He currently serves on the Board of the Preservation Trust of Vermont, the work of which he was introduced to many years ago by his father, Robert Sincerbeaux, one of PTV earliest supporters.