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Using Shared Language to Move Past Fear

May 6, 2021 | Lisa Graustein
As the field of philanthropy moves to have deeper conversations about race, it’s very important that we establish shared language and define fundamental terminology. Many critical conversations are stifled because people fear saying the wrong thing, not saying enough, or being misunderstood. By building a shared language we can begin to push through those fears and have more open conversations. Read More
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Consensus and Complexity: A Retreat for New Family Foundation CEOs

SOLD OUT! Contact NCFP at (202) 293-3424 to add your name to the wait list. Serving in the leadership staffing role for a family foundation can be one of the best jobs you’ll ever have, but it is not without challenges and complications. This first-of-its-kind NCFP peer retreat provides a unique opportunity for new family foundation CEOs to reflect on Read More
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2017 National Forum on Family Philanthropy: Session Handouts and Slides

Plenary and Concurrent Session Descriptions and Presenters Wednesday, October 18th:  OPENING PLENARY The Power of Storytelling:  Our 2017 National Forum kicks off with an interview of the celebrated American documentarian and filmmaker Ken Burns by the award-winning media commentator and author Cokie Roberts. They’ll discuss the power of storytelling and the media in shaping communities and civil discourse, his upcoming Read More
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2016 NCFP CEO Retreat: a Joint Retreat for Family and Non-Family CEOs

The role of a family foundation CEO is unique, often bridging generations of family members, community leaders, staff, advisors, and partners. Expectations can be challenging to meet and boundaries are sometimes vague and ever-changing. Success in this role requires a cadre of specialized leadership skills. This 3-day retreat, to be held at the family home of David and Lucile Packard, Read More