Navigating challenges in family philanthropy

Navigating challenges in family philanthropy

No matter how well we plan and develop approaches to business and philanthropy, the culture within the family often dominates how those strategies play out.

This in-person and off-the-record workshop will give Circle members a chance to use a best-in-class tool to understand their own family dynamics, consider recurring patterns, and learn how to shift behaviours.

The event will facilitated by Sharna Goldseker, executive director at 21/64, a US-based nonprofit doing multi-generational advisory.

The workshop will be followed by an intimate fireside chat between Sharna and Anissa Punjani, the programme manager of the Governance in Philanthropy programme at the Pearl Initiative.

A next-gen donor herself, Sharna will talk about her own giving journey and her experience of being a board member of a multigenerational family foundation. She will also share case studies she gathered while researching Generation Impact, her best-selling book on next-gen giving.

Dinner will be served during the fireside chat and there will be opportunities to network with other attendees. This event is exclusively for members of our philanthropist network.


  • Sharna Goldseker
    Executive director, 21/64


This event is invitation only.