The Power of a Name: Considering Privacy, Publicity, and Transparency

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Using your name publicly can be a positive and productive tool in your philanthropy. Your name can also carry a lot of weight: the responsibility, publicity, and hesitance to experiment and potentially fail. For families that want to use their names more intentionally, it is important to consider the full range of opportunities and responsibilities present. In this webinar, hear from families who have utilized the power of their name and learn ways to be thoughtful about your own voice.

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Stephanie Goodrid Lawson

Stephanie Goodrid Lawson

Stephanie Goodrid Lawson is the Executive Director of the McKinney Family, which is committed to building an…

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Daphne Davis Moore

Daphne Moore

Daphne Davis Moore leads all internal and external communications for the Walton Family Foundation. She directs…

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Nick Tedesco

Nicholas A. Tedesco

Nicholas (Nick) Tedesco is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Center for Family…

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