There are so many ways to welcome new voices into your family giving to enhance your own giving and family impact. Having others engaged can enhance diversity, inclusion, help your own family, and introduce new ideas and perspectives for impact. Hear from families who have found creative ways to engage non-family board members, the next generation, and community input. Leave with strategies to overcome barriers and create opportunities for leadership to ensure that these new voices and needs are heard.
Katherine Scott is program director for the National Center for Family Philanthropy. She supports giving families, engaging the next generation, and a community foundation network. Prior to this role, Katherine led a national network about engaging the next gen for a family foundation. She has worked at other foundations in organizational effectiveness, training nonprofit leaders, and scholarship and other awards to individuals. She holds a BA from Wittenberg University and an MA in Philanthropic Studies from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy and MPA in Nonprofit Management from SPEA from Indiana University, Indianapolis. A native of Illinois, Katherine lives in DC with her son Henry and husband Michael.
Katy Rees is the Executive Director at The Moniker Foundation - a private, family foundation based in Colorado Springs. Katy is a third-generation family member involved with the Foundation, and she was the Foundation’ s first hired staff.
National Center for Family Philanthropy (NCFP) webinars and access to their Knowledge Center are offered at no cost to IPA member family foundations, private foundations, and community foundations with assets under $100 million. If you have questions regarding access to NCFP, please contact Sarah Geis at 317.630.5200 Ext.117.