Jennie Zioncheck, MFT is a Senior Director at 21/64 where she shares leadership responsibility for 21/64 Certified Advisor Trainings and Network, works with individuals and families on their personal philanthropy and consults with professional advisors from a variety of diverse backgrounds on how to build transformational relationships with high net worth clients. A seasoned presenter, Jennie speaks nationally on this topic and advises families as they develop their personal philanthropy.
Before joining 21/64 Jennie worked at the Pittsburgh Foundation, focusing on the Foundation’s comprehensive range of philanthropic services to assist professional advisors and donors in their charitable giving. In her role, Jennie developed and implemented the Foundation’s family offerings to donors with a focus on clarifying values and engaging the next generation in philanthropy.
Previously, Jennie worked as a Marriage and Family Therapist and specialized in the use of Bowen family systems theory to enhance individual functioning in the context of families, organizations and communities. Jennie lives with her husband in Pittsburgh.
Community Foundation Spark Session: The Role of Community in Family Philanthropy Values, Mission, and Strategy
Posted on July 22, 2015 by Elizabeth Sullivan, Jennie Zioncheck, Katie Donnelly, Kim Wright
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