Joline Godfrey is the CEO of Independent Means and the author of Raising Financially Fit Kids and other cutting edge books and publications related to the financial fluency of HNW families. Godfrey received a BS degree from the University of Maine and an MSW from Boston University. Elected as a Kellogg Leadership Fellow, she also received an honorary Degree in Business from Bentley University and was the recipient of the Leavey Award for Excellence.

Ms. Godfrey grew up in a family business in Maine and has been recognized in features for The Today Show, Oprah, Fortune, Business Week, the New York Times and the Financial Times.

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Community Foundations Family Philanthropy Network: Raising a New Generation of Philanthropists

Posted on October 13, 2015 by Virginia M. Esposito, Susan Crites Price, Elizabeth Sullivan, Joline Godfrey

This special peer networking event for community foundation staff that are members of NCFP’s Family Philanthropy Through Community Foundations initiative will feature a conversation with three of the nation’s leading experts on raising philanthropic children in a multi-generational family philanthropy, along with peer presentations on effective strategies for working with family donors in your community. Space is very limited so… Read More

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