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How do we inspire and prepare the best generation of philanthropic leaders for the field and for our family work?​ Now in NCFP’s 20th year, we’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to be a 20-something philanthropist in the 21st century.  This webinar will feature a discussion among early career family philanthropists, showcasing successful strategies for strengthening philanthropic engagement. The speakers will share their experiences of aging out of junior board eligibility and how participating in activities like internships, advisory boards, and more, have helped them to stay engaged and mature in their philanthropic identity. 

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Alexis Marion

Alexis Marion, in addition to being a trustee, is the Program Officer and Junior Board Advisor…

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Carver Murphy

Carver Murphy was born and raised outside of Reading, PA, where he began his work in…

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McQuillin Murphy

McQuillin Murphy was born and raised outside of Reading, PA, where he began his interest in…

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Adam Rockefeller Growald

Adam Rockefeller Growald

Adam Rockefeller Growald is a speaker and writer on practical philosophy, modern spirituality, and conscious philanthropy.…

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