Justin McAuliffe helps to manage the special programs activities of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, including multiple sclerosis research and wellness programming, hospitality education, and family philanthropy. He is responsible for monitoring current grants and supporting the development, review, and presentation of grant proposals, for consideration by the Foundation board of directors. Prior to joining the Hilton Foundation, McAuliffe worked in digital marketing designing and building websites for corporate clients, and has also previously worked for Grameen America, helping to promote a social awareness campaign around their microlending activities in the US. He holds an undergraduate degree from the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, and a certificate in International Relations from NYU.


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For Youth by Youth: Family Philanthropy from a Youth Perspective

Posted on April 22, 2015 by Mike Tracy, Kylie Semel, Justin McAuliffe, Isabel Griffith

Over the past few weeks, NCFP has been delighted to conduct several very special webinars in partnership with Youth Philanthropy Connect featuring the voice and perspectives of youth philanthropists involved in their family’s foundation. Our first webinar, “Family foundations from a youth perspective,” was held on March 29, 2015 and featured a wide-ranging conversation with four young donors… Read More

For Youth by Youth: Family Foundations from a Youth Perspective

Posted on March 30, 2015 by Isabel Griffith, Justin McAuliffe, Kylie Semel, Mike Tracy

Giving with your family can be fun! Be inspired by the stories of a how a number of young people are involved in their family's philanthropy. Learn with your peers about how philanthropy can help you gain skills, get to know your family better, enhance your community, and benefit causes you care about to make the world a better place. … Read More