How do you make decisions related to your family’s philanthropy? Does the method you choose vary based on the importance or complexity of the decision? Different kinds of decisions made under varying conditions and circumstances may require different decision-making methods. This webinar features Ann Shulman, an attorney, mediator, and advisor to family foundations, and author of NCFP’s Passages Issue Brief, “Demystifying Decisionmaking in Family Philanthropy,” along with leaders from two family foundations who will share several alternative approaches to making decisions in family philanthropy.
Click here for an excerpt from the webinar featuring Ann Shulman discussing the range of decision-making methods available to family foundation boards.
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Ann Shulman is a facilitator, mediator and trainer with twenty years of organizational development experience. Ann…View Profile
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