New research reveals deeper detail the philanthropic power of women and their influence on household giving. This information on giving trends and knowledge the role of women in charitable decision-making is noteworthy and applicable for all philanthropists.
Philanthropy Delaware is honored to have Kathleen Loehr, Principal, Kathleen Loehr & Associates, to share her insights and knowledge from thirty-five years of experience in the nonprofit and charitable sectors. Join us for this engaging discussion on the multi-dimensional aspects of women in philanthropy as leaders, investors, advocates, and recipients.
In this program, attendees will learn:
- How do households, particularly married and cohabiting couples, make giving decisions? Are these dynamics changing over time?
- How can Philanthropy Delaware members maximize strategy and leadership through a focus on women’s philanthropy?
- How has the pandemic affected women in the workforce and wages? Will women regain their economic power as the pandemic wanes? Will giving remain strong during this time of economic difficulty?
- What is the philanthropic landscape for funding focused on issues impacting women?
Principal, Kathleen Loehr & Associates
Kathleen Loehr is a thought leader regarding the role of women in modern philanthropy. She combines thirty-five years of experience with philanthropic, nonprofit, and university leaders, with the insight from coaching. Author of the nationally referenced book: “Gender Matters: A Guide to Growing Women’s Philanthropy,” she recognizes organizations have only touched the iceberg in terms of women’s philanthropy. She previously served as a Senior Consultant with the Aspen Leadership Group and is certified through the Strozzi Institute. Click here to learn more about Kathleen Loehr.
Note: This event will be recorded. By registering for this event, attendees allow Philanthropy Delaware to use any recording and/or pictures taken at this event, without compensation, for promotional and publicity purposes in all media formats.
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