In our increasingly mobile society, family philanthropies once defined by their proximity now encounter a new obstacle: geography. How does geography affect a philanthropy’s mission? How do you keep the family and the philanthropy together? And how do families take advantage of diverse perspectives on key issues within the family? Join this session featuring the experiences and perspectives of three diverse and dispersed families.
Berit Ashla serves as Vice President at Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors. Based in San Francisco, Berit leads…View Profile
Lisa Parker brings 30 years of experience in philanthropy and nonprofit management to her work with…View Profile