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Trends in Family Philanthropy: Identity, Leadership, and the Future of Family Philanthropy | NCFP Webinar

Thursday, December 10, 2015 -
9:00am to 10:30am PST
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What are the key governance and grantmaking issues facing family foundation boards and staff in the 21st Century? What trends exist with regards to engaging the next generation, supporting grantees, and planning for perpetuity? And what are the implications of these trends for those in the field? Join this special conversation with NCFP President Ginny Esposito and leaders from the research team for NCFP's new Trends in Family Philanthropy initiative.

Target Audience

Board members, staff, advisors, and donors in family philanthropy: You will need to set up a NCFP log in to register.

Special offer!

Thanks to the support of project sponsor JP Morgan, NCFP is pleased to make this webinar available open to all philanthropic foundations that are interested. To register, contact NCFP at 202.293.3424.

Featured speakers

Alice Buhl
Alice Buhl is Senior Fellow to the National Center for Family Philanthropy and its Board of Directors.  She was a founding board member of the National Center for Family Philanthropy and led the development of the “Pursuit of Excellence” assessment process. Alice is a Senior Consultant for Lansberg, Gersick & Associates.

Virginia Esposito
Virginia M. Esposito is the founder and president of the National Center for Family Philanthropy. For 35 years, Ginny has worked to advance private philanthropy through research, writing and education. For 25 of those years, she has focused on the family philanthropic experience, promoting values, vision and excellence across generations of donor families. Ginny served as the editor and principal author of Splendid Legacy: The Guide to Creating Your Family Foundation and the forthcoming (winter 2015) Splendid Legacy 2: The Guide to Creating and Re-Creating Your Family Foundation. To mark the Center’s Tenth Anniversary, she conducted an interview project that resulted in her publication: The Power to Produce Wonders: The Value of Family in Philanthropy. She also edited and served as principal author of the four-volume Family Foundation Library Series (1998). She has written numerous issue papers and articles for and about family giving. Ginny has actively sought to embrace new audiences and diverse traditions in her work advancing ethical and effective family philanthropy, and has presented at hundreds of conferences on family giving throughout North America and on four other continents. Read Ginny's complete bio here.

Elizabeth T. Boris
Elizabeth T. Boris became the founding director of the Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy at the Urban Institute in Washington, D.C. The Center conducts research on the role and impact of nonprofit organizations and the policy issues that affect them. The Center also hosts the National Center for Charitable Statistics, which builds and maintains the nation's largest research database on nonprofit organizations. From 1991 to 1996, Dr. Boris was founding director of the Aspen Institute's Nonprofit Sector Research Fund, the first grant making program devoted to supporting research on the nonprofit sector and philanthropy. Prior to her tenure at the Aspen Institute, Dr. Boris was Vice President for Research at the Council on Foundations, where she developed the research program and directed it for twelve years.