Learning Opportunities

Webinar: Generation Impact: How NextGen Donors are Revolutionizing Giving

November 14, 2017
1:00 PM CST - 2:00 PM CST

Online Webinar

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FBN Members: Free
Non-Members: $150

Presented by: Sharna Goldseker, Executive Director, 21/64

Inheritors within philanthropic families are already at the forefront of a historic generational wealth transfer—estimated at $59 trillion dollars in the U.S alone, much of it designated for charitable purposes. At the same time, young techies, hedge-funders, and other next gen entrepreneurs are amassing their own astonishing fortunes and are beginning to turn their entrepreneurial fervor to philanthropy. Together they have a passion to wield their financial might differently than previous generations, leading researchers and authors Sharna Goldseker and Michael Moody to predict a seismic shift in how giving is done that will alter the fate of the causes and organizations we care about.

Next gen big donors are ushering in an “impact revolution,” say Goldseker and Moody. They are willing to change whatever needs changing to achieve real, observable results from their giving and finally “move the needle” on some of our biggest social problems and aspirations. Learn how next gen donors are different from their parents and grandparents and how to successfully engage this generation in your nonprofits, family philanthropy and other organizations and family enterprises.

About Our Speaker

Sharna Goldseker is a speaker, writer, and consultant who engages multiple generations in the intersection of values and strategy to transform the ways in which they give. She is today’s leading expert on multigenerational and next generation philanthropy and—as a next gen donor herself—offers a trusted insider’s perspective. As executive director of 21/64, the nonprofit practice she founded to serve philanthropic and family enterprises, she has created the industry’s gold-standard tools for transforming how families who give will define their values, collaborate, and govern in the decades ahead.
 
Sharna is a recipient of the J.J. Greenberg Memorial Award for extraordinary leadership and the RayLign Foundation Family Well-Being Award. She was named one of 2016’s Women of Influence by New York Business Journal and one of 2014’s Women to Watch by Jewish Women International. She is editor of The Grandparent Legacy Project, a resource that helps philanthropic elders pass on their story to future generations, and has written for such publications as Forbes and Stanford Social Innovation Review. She has been featured in others such as the New York Times, Chronicle of Philanthropy, and The Huffington Post.