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The Adviser’s Role in the Philanthropy Conversation (Dinner)

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The Adviser’s Role in the Philanthropy Conversation
with Karl Zinmeister of the Philanthropy Roundtable, Washington D.C. (Dinner)


The Adviser's Role in the Philanthropy Conversation

  • What is "philanthropy," and how has it evolved over time? What inspires high-net-worth individuals to be philanthropic?
  • What do advisers need to know and what tools should they have before engaging their clients in an authentic and meaningful philanthropy discussion?   
  • Should advisers do more to inspire clients to move from "checkbook charity" to more effective and personally rewarding philanthropy? What downsides to philanthropy should clients be aware of?

 

In this lively talk, former White House domestic policy adviser Karl Zinsmeister will discuss How Philanthropy Created America, and Can Rescue Us Now. Karl will describe the unappreciated scope of charitable giving in our country, and argue that without it there would be no America as we know it. Private action to solve public problems is one of the practices that most distinguishes the U.S. from other nations, and it continues to play a crucial role in keeping our communities healthy and our economy burgeoning.

 

Bio

Karl Zinsmeister directs an energetic publishing program at The Philanthropy Roundtable in Washington, D.C., and writes extensively himself. He has just completed a novel about the most effective philanthropic culture reformers in U.S. history, for publication in 2019. His 2016 creation, The Almanac of American Philanthropy, is the authoritative 1,342-page reference on America's powerful tradition of solving public problems with private resources. ​



Full Bio - https://www.philanthropyroundtable.org/home/about/our-staff/detail/vice-president-of-publications

Event Type

Society; Social; Educational

Education Topic

Private Wealth Management

Start Time

4/25/2019 5:00 PM

End Time

4/25/2019 7:00 PM

Event City

Hartford

Event State/Province

CT

Event Country

USA

Event Region

Americas

Location Info

​ON20, Hartford, CT

Speaker

Karl Zinsmeister

CE Credits

2

SER Credit

 

Currency

 

Member Price

10.00

Non-Member Price

30.00

Candidate Price

20.00

Registration

All Day Event

 

Recurrence

 

End

4/25/2019 7:00 PM

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