Join your peers for a virtual retreat on supporting youth grantmakers and family members within your family and foundation. We will spend time on the following areas:

  • Timely Peer Connections: How has your foundation changed plans in 2020 and 2021? Are you working more with your youth grantmakers or cancelling some plans due to remote learning fatigue?
  • Race and Equity: Join Tiffany Kelly and Karen Weatherford about principles and practices for engaging youth in learning and conversations about structure and systematic racism. This will be an opportunity and example of learning in real time that has worked with young people on Zoom.
  • Case Study: Join the Roy and Patricia Disney Family Foundation and the Andrus Family Fund for case studies about how they are preparing youth across an arc of learning from youth grantmaking to board leadership. Featuring Shawn Escoffery and Kaitlin Miles.

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Featured Speakers

Shawn Escoffery

Shawn Escoffery is the Executive Director of the Roy and Patricia Disney Family Foundation, where he…

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Neil Gobioff

Neil Gobioff is President of The Gobioff Foundation, a private family foundation established by Neil’s brother…

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Tiffany Kelly

Tiffany Kelly facilitates future-focused thinking to drive conversations that foster collaboration, community, & co-creation of equitable…

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Michelle Knapik

Michelle Knapik is the President of The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation (EHTF). Michelle joined EHTF after more…

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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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Kaitlin Miles

Kaitlin Miles is the Vice Chair of the Andrus Family Fund, the next generation philanthropy of…

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Karen Weatherford

For 40 years Karen has devoted her focus to adults & youth in education, non-profits, private…

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Sophy Yem

Sophy Yem serves as Senior Program Officer, Philanthropy at the Surdna Foundation. In this role, she…

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