Postponed: Nurturing Intergenerational Engagement: A Workshop for Family Foundations on Wanting to Grow Whats Next

When: 
Tue, May 15, 2018,
11:30am to 2:00pm
PDT
Where: 
Seattle, WA
Location: 
2101 4th Ave Suite 650 Seattle WA 98121
Members:
Free
Non-members:
$35.00

All families and family foundations are on their own journey, especially when it comes to when and how the next generation is invited into philanthropy and the foundation itself. Join this session to learn and engage in readiness measures you and your family foundation or donor advised fund can take to enhance intergenerational dialogue and philanthropic growth, regardless of age, for greater impact. Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of the development needed to engage multiple generations, a growth plan inspired by reflective practice, and their first next step ready to test.

 

Workshop will be led by Andrea L. Hernandez, Ph.D
Andrea is a consultant, thought leader, and social entrepreneur with over 17 years experience in social change innovating and organizing in the public and nonprofit sector.  Social change efforts Dr. Hernandez have led and supported have been shared in the New York Times, nationally and locally televised, and published in field articles and books.  Annie is a trusted advisor and strategist for philanthropic families and organizations, including national strategy and partner leadership to the eXtension Foundation.  Most recently, Annie served as the Executive Director for the Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation based in Los Angeles and led the development of its special project, Youth Philanthropy Connect, building the global movement of youth philanthropy.  Annie serves on the national board for the Grantmakers for Effective Organizations and Learning to Give and is a member of the Latino Community Foundation with her partner, George Rodriguez.  She is proud of receiving the inaugural Young and Emerging Capacity Builder Award from the Alliance for Nonprofit Management and being a certified 21/64 trainer.  Annie earned her PhD in Leadership and Change from Antioch University, MS in Agricultural, Environmental Communication and Education at the University of Illinois, and her BS from Texas A&M University.  She is an aspiring flower farmer and river explorer based in Spokane, WA.