Allison Sole is an advisor, speaker and writer on issues related to strategic philanthropy and humanistic medicine. Allison most recently served as deputy director of 21/64, the generational consulting division of the Andrea & Charles Bronfman Philanthropies. Prior to 21/64, she served as director of programs for the Arnold P. Gold Foundation, a public foundation dedicated to fostering the relationship between practitioner and patient at medical schools and in clinical settings.


Philanthropy’s Role in Developing Responsible Adults

Posted on October 10, 2011 by Allison Sole, Sam Davis III

Families of wealth face unique challenges. In most cases, children cannot avoid being set apart because of the communities in which they live, the kinds of cars they drive, the vacations they take, and the affluent friends whose company they keep. They can afford to attend elite private schools and receive the support of coaches and tutors. The extent of… Read More