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Featured Speaker: Sharna Goldseker
Executive Director, 21/64

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 offers retreats for next gen donors, trainings for professionals on multigenerational advising and next gen engagement, and has created the industry’s gold-standard tools helping families to define their values, collaborate, and govern.

Sharna is a recipient of the J.J. Greenberg Memorial Award for extraordinary leadership and the RayLign Foundation Family Well-Being Award. She won the 2017 Family Wealth Report’s Award for Philanthropy Advice, 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. Sharna is coauthor of Generation Impact: How Next Gen Donors Are Revolutionizing Giving (Wiley, Oct 2017) and has written for Forbes, Philanthropy Impact, and other publications, and with her coauthor, Michael Moody, has been featured in the New York Times, Stanford Social Innovation Review, and The Huffington Post.

Please join us for a warm gathering with friends from up North at the

Greater MetroWest
Reunion in Florida

Tuesday, February 12 • 5 p.m.

Private home in Boca Raton*

Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served
Kosher dietary laws observed

Featured Speaker: Sharna Goldseker
Executive Director, 21/64

Couvert: $75

Jen & Gary Budlow, Mimi & Ken Heyman, Barbara & Charlie Hirsh, Event Chairs

Kindly register by February 1, 2019
*Address will be provided upon RSVP

For more information contact Karen Auerbach Bocaletti at kbocaletti@jfedgmw.org or (973) 929-2954.

There will be no solicitation of funds.


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