Most philanthropic families say they want the next generation at the table. Yet how do new trustees develop their personal values and ideas to contribute to the discussions?  And when and if the next gen has a sense of how they’d like to give, will the board actually welcome their perspectives?  How can your foundation actively facilitate this process? This call features two individuals who survived and thrived as next gen board members and now work with families and younger donors to encourage the creation of personal giving identities in the next gen. Hear their views and share your own tools, tips and questions on this ever-important discussion in family philanthropy.

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Lana Volftsun

Lana Volftsun is the Executive Director of the One Percent Foundation, an organization that makes philanthropy accessible to…

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Lisa Parker

Lisa Parker

Lisa Parker brings 30 years of experience in philanthropy and nonprofit management to her work with…

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What others have said...

It was extremely helpful and insightful to hear from Lana Volftsun because of her willingness to share her own experience as a millenial philanthropist.

Anonymous

This teleconference came at the perfect time for us. We are in the midst of figuring out how to engage the next generation and this call gave us so much to think about, and so many resources to access. Many thanks!

Anonymous

Exceeded my expectations – Lisa Parker was the best speaker I’ve ever heard on this subject. Superb presentation.

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