Leading Through Change: Advice from and for Seasoned CEOs and Their Boards

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How do seasoned family foundation CEOs stay renewed and refreshed in their work? How do experienced CEOs find ways to balance the needs of the family with those of the foundation? How do they know when it is time to move on, and how can they work with the board to prepare the donor family for an eventual departure? What are the ways that family foundation boards can ensure the continued interest and commitment of their trusted leadership staff? Join us as we explore these questions and many more with a panel of seasoned CEOs whose perspectives and suggestions are featured in the National Center’s forthcoming guide, “The Seasoned CEO: A Guide for Family Foundation Leaders.”

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Susan Crites Price

Susan Price serves as consultant for the National Center for Family Philanthropy. Her responsibilities include writing a…

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David Nee

David Nee grew up in a housing project in South Boston, Massachusetts, in one of the…

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Nat Chioke Williams

Nat Chioke Williams

As Executive Director, Nat Chioke Williams leads the Hill-Snowdon Foundation in its philanthropic and programmatic work, operations and…

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Pamela David

Pamela David is the Executive Director of the Walter & Elise Haas Fund (www.haassr.org), one of…

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What others have said...

This webinar was amazing, with such wonderfully useful strategies, resources and tools shared. I so appreciate the presenters candor and personal story-telling. It truly made the experience stand out and what I heard will certainly sit with me and provide much-needed guidance.


I learned so much from this webinar! From advice on transitions, staff leadership development and culture, to managing / working with boards, dealing with strategic planning and creating new grantmaking roadmaps, leading with courage and story-telling – and more!


All excellent presenters. I found Pam’s comments to be the most pithy and specific.


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