Beth Renner is a Managing Director and the National Director of Philanthropic Services at Wells Fargo Private Bank. Ms. Renner is the senior business unit leader with the overall responsibility to provide strategic direction, functional oversight and leadership to the Wells Fargo National Philanthropic Business. She leads a team of approximately 110 philanthropic specialists across the country, who manage over $26 billion of assets in endowments, private foundations, personal charitable trusts, donor advised funds and institutional planned gifts.
Ms. Renner has worked at Wells Fargo for over 17 years. Prior to her current role she was a part of The Private Bank as a Regional Managing Director for North and South Dakota. In this role she had overall responsibility for the Investment and Fiduciary Services, Banking and Brokerage business lines. She has over 27 years of experience in the financial services industry working with individuals, families and business owners addressing their financial needs.
Ms. Renner holds a Masters of Management from the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota and a B.A. in Business Administration from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN.
In addition to her professional affiliations, Ms. Renner has also been very active in the broader community, as a volunteer, philanthropist and board member for various organizations to include; YWCA, United Way, Optimist International, March of Dimes, Fargo Moorhead Area Foundation. She is currently Chair Elect for the American Red Cross – Tiffany Circle National Council, one of the most successful women’s giving groups in the United States.