Family philanthropy – in all its forms – can change the world. But how will family philanthropy adapt as the world continues to change at a faster, even dizzying, rate? Demographic patterns, the intergenerational transfer of wealth, changing expectations in how we connect and work and communicate together, new ideas around power and equity, and more will challenge both the practices and results of family philanthropy.
A dozen top thinkers will join facilitator Alexander Grashow for a provocative discussion of the trends reshaping families, philanthropy, family enterprises, and the world. They’ll bring perspectives from business, government, nonprofits, science, and more to a lively roundtable format.
David Bank, Co-founder and CEO, ImpactAlpha
Amy Hart Clyne,Executive Director, Knowledge Center, Family Office Exchange (FOX)
Ebonie Johnson Cooper, Founder & Executive Director, Young Black & Giving Back Institute
Daryn Dodson, Managing Director, Illumen Capital
Alexander “Zander” Grashow, Founder, Good Wolf Group
Gabriel Kasper, Managing Director, Monitor Institute
Mary Mountcastle, Trustee, Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation and Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
Julie Packard, Executive Director and Vice Chair, Monterey Bay Aquarium
Kate Roberts, Co-Founder, Maverick Collective
Rick Williams, Chief Executive Officer, Sobrato Family Foundation
Reverend Starsky D. Wilson, President & CEO, Deaconess Foundation