Speakers Bureau

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Our staff is ready to share its family philanthropy expertise by taking part in speaking engagements, panels, and workshops. We have also developed a series of small group workshops and seminars dealing with issues specific to family giving.

Browse the list of topics below. Our knowledgeable staff is well-prepared to speak on each at your next event. All of our programs can be tailored to large or small groups. Typical audiences include community foundations, bank trust officers, attorneys, investment counselors and other estate planners, small groups of donors, nonprofit groups, university students, and policymakers.

On occasion, members of our board of directors are also asked to speak at events. Contact us if you would like us to help facilitate this service.

Schedule an event

For more information about scheduling a National Center staff member for a speaking engagement, please complete this form. Be sure to include the following:

  • Topics of interest
  • Proposed date(s) for engagement (If possible, please provide several proposed dates)
  • Type of event and proposed length
  • Expected size and makeup of audience
  • Other information that will help us understand the purpose and nature of your event

Sponsoring organizations are asked to cover travel expenses of National Center staff, along with an appropriate honorarium, which varies according to number of events, length of events, and chosen speaker.

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Name Contact Information Topics
Ginny Esposito 1101 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Suite 220
Washington, DC 20036

ginny@ncfp.org
  • The Value of Family Philanthropy in a Democracy
  • Raising Charitable Children
  • Leadership and Governance
  • Effective Family Foundation Boards
  • Succession Planning
  • Navigating Transitions in a Family Philanthropy
  • Values, Vision and Vitality
  • Thinking and Re-Thinking Your Philanthropic Goals
  • Options and Opportunities in Family Philanthropy
  • Involving the Next Generation
  • How Professional Advisors Can Help Families with Their Philanthropy
Susan Price 1101 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Suite 220
Washington, DC 20036

susan@ncfp.org
  • The Value of Family Philanthropy in a Democracy
  • Raising Charitable Children
  • Leadership and Governance
  • Effective Family Foundation Boards
  • Succession Planning
  • Navigating Transitions in a Family Philanthropy
  • Values, Vision and Vitality
  • Thinking and Re-Thinking Your Philanthropic Goals
  • Multi-generational Philanthropy
  • Options and Opportunities in Family Philanthropy
  • Involving the Next Generation
  • How Professional Advisors Can Help Families with Their Philanthropy

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