Executive Vice President & Relationship Manager, Partner
Elizabeth Calvert Hickman, who joined South Texas Money Management in 2003, brings significant wealth management experience to the firm.
She provides a broad range of services to the firm’s existing clients and has responsibility for new business development and client service in Houston, where she is based. Her knowledge of family and estate-planning issues, wealth preservation and wealth transfer, added to her expertise in private foundations, charitable trusts and the needs of the non-profit sector, enhance the firm’s abilities to meet the needs of its clients.
Prior to joining STMM, Ms. Hickman was Vice President of Global Philanthropic Services in the Wealth Management Consulting Group of the JPMorganChase Private Bank. With over 20 years of experience in all areas of personal trust administration, she advised clients throughout the state of Texas, designing strategies to help them achieve their overall philanthropic goals.
A San Antonio native, Ms. Hickman began her working career at Frost Bank in personal trust administration. Since moving to Houston in 1984, she has held positions as a senior trust administrator at Bank of America, as well as JPMorganChase.
Active in the charitable community, she currently serves on the Boards of the Incarnate Word Religious and Charitable Trust, the EPC Foundation and the Planned Giving Council of Houston. She is a long time member of the Planned Giving Advisory Council for Star of Hope Mission in Houston. She is a past treasurer and national board member of the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning, and has served on the professional advisors board for the Houston Baptist University Development Council, the Campaign Cabinet for the Star of Hope Mission, the Development Committee of the Greater Houston Community Foundation and DePelchin Children’s Home. Ms. Hickman is a former board member of the Junior League of Houston Foundation and Lifehouse of Houston, Inc., as well as past president of the Planned Giving Council of Houston. She has also served as treasurer of the Houston Presbyterian Cursillo Community.
Ms. Hickman holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Princeton University. She has taught at the Advanced Trust School of the Texas Bankers Association on subjects relating to charitable trusts and private foundations, and speaks on matters pertaining to trusts, charitable giving and private foundations. She has earned the Five Star Wealth Manager designation for six consecutive years, and has been included in Texas Monthly’s Five Star Professional feature.