Family Philanthropy Stories- Capture the Legacy of Your Giving with NCFP and the History Project

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Why, in 2017, are we still relying on grandma’s photo albums and poorly scanned Facebook uploads to preserve our family histories? Legacy preservation is deeply important whether you are preparing for succession or seeking to keep donor intent alive. So, how can you bring your family’s history up to date in the New Year? In this webinar, NCFP teams up with The History Project (www.thehistoryproject.com) to share new tools and technology for creating a dynamic and engaging family story. Join us as we reveal our new History of Family Philanthropy timeline as well as  NCFP’s own history timeline in preparation for our 20th anniversary celebration. 

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Ginny Esposito

Virginia M. Esposito

Virginia M. Esposito, is the founder and president of the National Center for Family Philanthropy. In…

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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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Niles Lichtenstein

Niles Lichtenstein is the Co-Founder and CEO of The History Project. As a writer and technologist, Niles…

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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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