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Next Generation Philanthropy: LA AiP Members Event
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (PDT)
Los Angeles, United States
The Los Angeles Chapter of Advisors in Philanthropy Presents
Next Generation Philanthropy:
Engaging the next generation in philanthropy
Founder, Cornerstone Project
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 2012
Luxe Sunset Hotel, Los Angeles (see map at right)
Rachel Levin is a partner at Tabankin/Levin, a consulting firm that helps individuals and families increase their philanthropic impact. As part of this work, Rachel is the Associate Director of Steven Spielberg's Righteous Persons Foundation, a fund she helped establish in the fall of 1994. Since its inception, the Foundation has made grants totaling close to $100 million. Rachel is the co-founder of Reboot, a network/think tank that works to make Jewish life relevant and meaningful to a new generation. She is a board member of Southern California Grantmakers and a member of the Mayor's Taskforce on Summer Night Lights. Rachel lives in LA with her husband and two children.
Founder, Cornerstone Project
Jesse Bonderman is the founder of the Cornerstone Project, a non-profit foundation that offers financial support, consulting, and program development and implementation to organizations and institutions that provide re-entry services to individuals coming out of prison or with criminal histories. The Cornerstone Project has partnered with organizations including Homeboy Industries, Defy Ventures, and The Delancey Street Foundation. Jesse is currently developing an "Academy of Transformational Rehabilitation" to support the development of leadership in the context of rehabilitation and prison ministry. He has a B.A. in Religious Studies from New York University. He lives in Los Angeles, CA.
Founder, Impact Philanthropy
Board Member, Los Angeles Chapter, AiP
Laura Ferretti has over 20 years of experience in the nonprofit field as a fundraiser, strategist and change-maker. A cum laude graduate of Smith College, Laura also holds an MBA from The Anderson School at UCLA and began her career working for a Washington DC-based Presidential Commission and national foundation. Laura went on to hold senior fundraising positions at the Fulfillment Fund and United Way of Greater Los Angeles, both nationally known organizations undergoing significant change during her tenure. She has firsthand knowledge of building diversified revenue streams, growing individual giving, strategic grantmaking, and engaging board members and staff in fundraising to achieve organizational goals.
President, Los Angeles Chapter, AiP
Darya Allen-Attar is a Financial Advisor focusing on Strategic Wealth Management for high net worth families, nonprofits, foundations and endowments. Her investment process draws upon her knowledge of asset allocation, investment management, and income and estate tax issues and structures. Darya brings a wealth of knowledge of the investment markets and 22 years of experience in financial services.
11:30am-12:00pm Mix & Meet Networking
12:00pm-1:15pm Moderated Panel Discussion
1:15pm-1:30pm Q&A and Closing Comments
For questions concerning this event, please contact Kim Christensen.
The mission, focus, vision and passion of this group is collaboration and education. Through our programs and events, we hope to create an environment and a venue in which the three component groups of philanthropy in Los Angeles meet to share best practices in a forum dedicated to education and collaboration. Our group will bring together advisors with nonprofit executives and foundation leaders for these purposes.
Visit us online: http://www.advisorsinphilanthropy.org/group/LA
To join or renew your membership, click here.
• Advisor Members ($300 annual membership fee or dual Chapter membership for $500)
• Nonprofits ($200 annual membership fee)
When & Where
Advisors in Philanthropy, Los Angeles Chapter (AiP LA)
Vision: Los Angeles Advisors in Philanthropy (LA‐AiP) seeks to increase the scale and quality of philanthropy in Los Angeles through active dialogue, engagement and collaboration among all key stakeholders.
Mission: The mission of the Los Angeles Advisors in Philanthropy (LA-AiP) is philanthropic education and collaboration. Through our programs and events, LA-AiP provides an opportunity for leaders and advisors in the financial, legal, funding and nonprofit communities to come together to share perspectives, best practices and build productive partnerships. There is absolutely no solicitation permitted at our events. We invite your participation, creativity, insights, and ideas.
To join or renew your membership, click here
$300 annual membership fee
$500 for dual Chapter membership
$200 annual membership fee