Sep 6, 2010

Trading Power: Dinner & Discussion with Dori Kreiger

Join EPIP Seattle on Tuesday, September 28 for dinner and a discussion with Dori Kreiger, Managing Director of Family Philanthropy Services at the Council on Foundations.

Dori will be in town on her way to Philanthropy Northwest's Annual Conference at the Semiahmoo Resort, and is stopping by to speak with the Seattle EPIP chapter about "Trading Power: 18 interviews with philanthropic leaders who talk about what the next generation has to offer in exchange for what seasoned leaders can provide", a publication by the Council on Foundations along with partners 21/64, Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy and Resource Generation.

As the Council on Foundations has worked to both broaden services and enhance options for Next Gen leaders, basic questions about increasing Next Gen representation in leadership positions across philanthropy surfaced again and again: Why? How? Who? When? What would it look like? Trading Power, the outgrowth of interviews with more than 15 seasoned and next generation philanthropic executives and trustees, offers candid insights worthy of action.

We invite you to join us for dinner at the Philanthropy Northwest offices on Tuesday, 9/28 for a discussion on increasing the next-gen representation in the philanthropic sector.

Please RSVP by emailing epipseattle(at) Space is limited, and priority is given to individuals who are not attending the Philanthropy Northwest conference!

Dori Kreiger
Dori Kreiger is the managing director for family philanthropy services. She is responsible for providing strategic direction, a public voice, and hands-on management for the Council’s largest single membership constituency. Dori has worked with increasing responsibility in philanthropy for over ten years assisting individuals, families, corporations, and independent foundations achieve their philanthropic goals. She joined the Council in 2005 as Program Manager and then moved to Director of Community Foundation Services. She brought a unique perspective to the Council, having worked for seven years at The Community Foundation Serving Richmond & Central Virginia in the program, finance, and donor services departments. She has also worked in the American Red Cross National Headquarters. Dori has served on the boards of several nonprofits and was an inaugural class member of the Southeastern Council of Foundation’s Hull Fellows Program. She holds a bachelors degree from James Madison University.

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