Jennifer Touchet is the Vice President of Personal & Family Philanthropy at the Greater Houston Community Foundation. Since 2013, she has led the Next Gen Donor Institute and Alumni Network for 25–40 year old emerging philanthropic leaders. Most recently, the foundation’s Center for Family Philanthropy began donor initiatives that include youth. She specializes in multi-generational giving, family dynamics and is part of 21/64’s trainer network. Additionally, she stewards a portfolio of families who are part of the Center.
Jennifer serves on the advisory committee of NCFP’s Community Foundations Family Philanthropy Network. She is a graduate of Duke and UPenn, holds a Master’s in Oral History, and brings 20+ years of experience in the nonprofit and for-profit sectors.
Community Foundation Spark Session: Staffing Your Family Engagement Program – Considerations for Community Foundations
Posted on May 19, 2016 by Anita Wesley, Jennifer Touchet, Elizabeth Sullivan, Tony Macklin
NCFP at the 2016 Advancement Network conference in New Orleans
Posted on April 4, 2016 by Jennifer Touchet, Robyn Schein, Tony Macklin
Community Foundation Spark Session: Models of Community Foundation Programs for Engaging Next Gen Donors
Posted on September 30, 2015 by Alyssa Hawkins, Jennifer Touchet, Elizabeth Sullivan
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