Philip A. Swan has had a 35 year career in the investment management business and currently serves as a Vice President of UBS Wealth Management in Downtown Los Angeles. Previously he was Director of Investor Relations at Griffis Residential, a private equity real estate firm based in Denver, CO, and before that held a variety of positions related to sales, marketing, and client service at The Capital Group, a global money management firm, in Los Angeles, CA. He is Board Chair of the Los Angeles Master Chorale, a director of the
Philip A. Swan
National Audubon Society, a trustee of Colorado College, and a director of the Della Martin Foundation, the Ann Peppers Foundation and the Cygnet Foundation (the Swan family foundation whose focus is on supporting conservation efforts in Southern California). Additionally, he serves on the Board of Governors of The Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens. Phil received a B.A. cum laude in History from Colorado College. He is a life long Pasadena/South Pasadena/San Marino resident with a son at San Marino High School and a daughter at Westridge School. Phil’s first interaction with Convalescent Aid Society dates back to the 1970s when he and his parents picked up a number of items to help a grandparent who was recovering from a broken hip.