Grand Rapids, Michigan – Mandy Chardoul, an estate planning specialist with Plante Moran, PLLC, has been asked to join the professional advisory committee of the Grand Rapids Community Foundation, or GRCF.
Chardoul is one of approximately two-dozen professional advisors to serve on the ad hoc committee, which provides ideas and guidance to the development office and board of GRCF on wealth transfer issues that can benefit the foundation or be important to its donors. GRCF leads Kent County in making positive, sustainable change. With its endowment, the foundation supports local nonprofits, leads significant social change and helps donors achieve their philanthropic goals.
An associate with the firm’s Wealth Management Industry Group, she works with clients to ensure they have a comprehensive estate plan that maximizes the value of their assets. She specializes in estate and tax planning, family-owned business planning and charitable planning for high-net-worth individuals and families.
Chardoul serves on the board of the West Michigan Estate Planning Council. She is a member of Inforum and Ceres Foundation, as well as a parent-volunteer at Stepping Stones Montessori.
A native of Chicago, Chardoul and her husband, Christian, and daughter, Caroline, now reside in Rockford.
About Plante Moran, PLLC
Plante Moran is among the nation’s largest accounting, tax and consulting firms and provides a full line of services to organizations in the following industries: manufacturing & distribution, financial institutions, service, health care, private equity, public sector and real estate and construction. Plante & Moran has a staff of more than 2,000 professionals in 22 offices throughout Michigan, Ohio and Illinois with international offices in Shanghai, China; Monterrey, Mexico and Mumbai, India. Plante Moran has been recognized by a number of organizations, including FORTUNE magazine, as one of the country’s best places to work.