INDIANAPOLIS—SHEMAKESCHANGE, a new online conference from the Women’s Philanthropy Institute at the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, is among the first programs to connect women’s attitudes about money to how they manage their charitable giving.
Through live presentations, panel discussions and sharing research, financial, legal and women’s philanthropy experts and philanthropists will explore how women view money, uproot perceived attitudes about money and philanthropy, and leverage these insights to change the world. Lisa Witter, chief strategy officer, Fenton, and author of The She Spot: Why Women are the Market for Changing the World and How to Reach Them, is the conference moderator.
September 20 “What Women Really Think about Money”
September 27 “Unraveling the Myths”
October 4 “Change Your Strategy and Change the World”
Much is written about women and money, and research on women’s philanthropy is growing. Few opportunities exist, however, to discuss the connections among women, money and philanthropy. SHEMAKESCHANGE brings these issues together for a richer, more nuanced understanding of how women’s attitudes about money shape their charitable giving.
- Patricia Annino, partner, Prince, Lobel and Tye, LLP, and author, Women & Money: A Practical Guide to Estate Planning;
- Charlotte Beyer, founder and former CEO, Institute for Private Investors and vice chair of the board, Museum of American Finance;
- Claudia Chan, media entrepreneur, motivational women’s lifestyle expert and founder of claudiachan.com;
- Debra Mesch, Ph.D., director, Women’s Philanthropy Institute;
- Mindy Rosenthal, executive director, Institute for Private Investors, and managing director, Campden Wealth;
- Barbara Stanny, entrepreneur and author, Prince Charming Isn’t Coming: How Women Get Smart about Money; and
- Viviana Zelizer, professor of sociology, Princeton University and author, The Purchase of Intimacy.
For more information contact email@example.com or call 317-278-8990.
About the Women’s Philanthropy Institute
The Women’s Philanthropy Institute furthers the understanding of women’s philanthropy through research, education, and knowledge dissemination. By addressing significant and groundbreaking research questions and translating that research into increased understanding and improvements in practice, WPI helps to leverage new and expanded resources for the common good.
About the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University
The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University is a leading academic center dedicated to increasing the understanding of philanthropy and improving its practice worldwide through research, teaching, training and public affairs programs in philanthropy, fundraising, and management of nonprofit organizations. A part of the Indiana University School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, the Center operates programs on the IUPUI and IU Bloomington campuses.