No Strings Attached: A Case Study on the Transformative Philanthropy of MacKenzie Scott

Few philanthropists embody the changing face — and approach — to philanthropy in America like MacKenzie Scott.

Join us as we learn from Phil Buchanan, president of the nationally recognized Center for Effective Philanthropy, about key findings from the center’s 2022 “Big Gifts Study” aimed at understanding how Ms. Scott’s “no strings attached” giving has affected nonprofit recipients and philanthropy at large.

Together, we’ll dive deep into the client questions and conversations you can add to your toolbox as you advise on the trust-based approach championed by this leading lady of philanthropy.

Wednesday, November 16, 2022
8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

Networking & refreshments at 8:30 a.m.
Program begins promptly at 9:00 a.m.

This event is an exclusive opportunity for professional advisors and is brought to you by the Women Leading for Good Committee:

Althea Ceasor
Merrill Lynch

Chioma Deere
Deere Law Firm

Tasha K. Dickinson
Day Pitney LLP

Lindsey Gerlock
Anderson
Stacey Hallberg
Northern Trust

April Hicks
Carr, Riggs & Ingram

Tandy L. Robinson
Goldman Sachs & Co.

Lisa A. Schneider
Gunster

About Our Speaker

Phil Buchanan
President, Center for Effective Philanthropy

Phil is a passionate advocate for the importance of philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. He shares Center for Effective Philanthropy’s belief that effective donors, working collaboratively and thoughtfully, can profoundly contribute to creating a better and more just world.

Hired in 2001 as the organization’s first chief executive, Phil has led the growth of CEP into the leading provider of data and insight on philanthropic effectiveness. He is co-host of the widely acclaimed Giving Done Right podcast.

Registration is now closed.

Questions about this event? Contact Mabel Colón at (561) 340-4037 or mcolon@cfpbmc.org.