Kimberly Myers Hewlett is steeped in philanthropy and brings a variety of perspectives and experiences to her work. She is president of the Myers Family Foundation, a director of the Flora Family Foundation, and chair of the NCFP board. She is also the senior vice president for donor engagement at the Silicon Valley Community Foundation. In this Family Philanthropy Speaks conversation, Kimberly talks with NCFP President and CEO Nick Tedesco about ways to engage the next generation, the importance of having a listening ear, and the roles of community foundations.
- Webinar: Supporting Youth and Next-gen Philanthropy: How to Get Started
- Content Collection: Philanthropic Families Partnering with Community Foundations
- Content Collection: Values and Motivations
- Community Foundation Spark Session: The Community Foundation’s Role Among a Family’s Professional Advisors
About the Series
Philanthropy is a practice borne out of compassion and commitment—and one that is deeply rooted in family. It’s also a practice that must continue to evolve to effectively meet the needs of the communities it seeks to serve. Thankfully, there are countless social sector leaders who are advancing the field with their bold ideas and unwavering enthusiasm for the greater good. The National Center for Family Philanthropy is honored to share the stories of these leaders through its program, Family Philanthropy Speaks—a series of conversations designed to feature the innovative spirit of family philanthropy. These dynamic discussions aim to capture emerging trends and solutions, share new and diverse voices in the field, and lift up the role of family philanthropy—past, present, and future—in stewarding social change. We hope you will join us to explore what it means to give with intention!
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