Mellon Bank Corp. hired a national business manager for its charitable gifts office, a new position in its private banking division.
The Pittsburgh-based bank announced Monday that Linda R. FitzPatrick was named a first vice president in its Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co. subsidiary.
Mellon Private Capital Management administers more than $17 billion of assets for endowments and foundations, charitable gift programs, and wealthy families.
Previously, the charitable gifts office was part of the endowment and foundations group.
Most recently, Ms. FitzPatrick was director of planned giving product management at Fidelity Tax-Exempt Services Co., a unit of Fidelity Investments in Boston. Before that, she managed planned giving in the investment management division of Fleet Financial Group Inc.
She is a member of the National and New England Planned Giving Councils and the Rhode Island Planned Giving Council Executive Board.