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April 20, 2017 | 11:30 am

Panel Discussion:  Women in Philanthropy

Moderator: Marty Dutch, First Foundation

Panelists:

  • Lyn Christensen, Organizational Behavior + Operations Specialist;
  • Colleen Gregerson, Maverick Collective;
  • Mitchell Singer, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors

According to US Trust Philanthropic Solutions:

·        Women are nearly twice as likely as men to say that giving to charity is the most satisfying aspect of having wealth

·        Sixty-five percent of women, compared to 42 percent of men, think it’s important to consider the positive or negative social, political and/or environmental impact of companies they invest in

·        Women feel so strongly about the social impact of their investments, that two-thirds (56%), compared to 44 percent of men, would be willing to accept a lower return from investments in companies that have a greater positive social impact.

Attend this panel discussion and gain insight on how women want to engage in philanthropy and how advisors can start this dialogue with their female clients. 

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