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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.

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Berit Ashla

Berit Ashla serves as Vice President at Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.  Based in San Francisco, Berit leads…

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Lisa Parker

Lisa Parker

Lisa Parker brings 30 years of experience in philanthropy and nonprofit management to her work with…

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Kelly Nowlin

Kelly Nowlin

Kelly Davenport Nowlin, a fifth generation member of the Andrus family, was elected as a Surdna…

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What others have said...

As a first generation family foundation board it is helpful to learn from peers who have experience, wisdom and advice on best practices to manage the challenges and opportunities of operating across generations and geography.

Anonymous

It flowed nicely and the material was presented well.  I especially liked the survey at the beginning so I can understand where our Foundation fit in with others.

Anonymous

Practical and wide ranging examples, no matter what your level of experience or size.

Anonymous

Exellent webinar. I wanted to hear from older organizations who have thoughtfully dealt with the challenges and opportunities of operating across generations and geography.

Anonymous

Nice to have affirmation from those with more experience.  We are well on our way with many of the issues and responses discussed, but the perspectives and the resources were extremely useful.

Anonymous

Several practical tools/advice for better engagement across generations and geography.

Anonymous

We can explore some of the different tools that were used to reach out to next generation members

Anonymous

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