Susan Price serves as consultant for the National Center for Family Philanthropy. Her responsibilities include writing a series of guides for Family Foundation CEOs, as well as other writing assignments. Susan  served as Vice President of the National Center from June 2007 until June 2011. She previously served as managing director of the Family Foundation Services Department at the Council on Foundations. Before that, she had an 18-year career as a freelance writer for businesses, associations and the mass media. Her articles have appeared in such publications as Working Mother, Family Life, The Washington Post and Washingtonian, and on several Internet sites.

She is the author of Generous Genes: Raising Caring Kids in a Digital Age, and is a frequent speaker to groups around the country on the subject of instilling philanthropic values in children. Susan has been interviewed about parenting issues on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” “Today,” numerous other television and radio broadcasts, and many newspapers and magazines. She has been featured in articles about philanthropy in such publications as Working Mother magazine, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Minneapolis Star Tribune, and Chronicle of Philanthropy.


2016 Trustee Education Institute: a Comprehensive Seminar for Family Foundation Trustees

Posted on March 9, 2016 by Virginia M. Esposito, Susan Crites Price, Andrew Schulz, Bruce Kahn, David Grant, David Dodson, David Neal, Alice Buhl, Jan Jaffe, Kelin E. Gersick, Ph.D.

NCFP’s Trustee Education Institute provides a comprehensive introduction to all of the key legal, investment, ethical, grantmaking, and family dynamics issues facing family foundation board members. Featuring a faculty made up of NCFP’s senior staff and highly respected philanthropy experts, this three day, intensive seminar will cover: What does it mean to be a steward of both the public’s trust… Read More