Robyn Schein is an expert facilitator, speaker and trainer on multigenerational and next generation philanthropy. She uses her skills to lead individuals, families and the advisors that serve them through values-based discussions on money, philanthropy, and navigating dynamics across generations. As Senior Director at 21/64, Robyn uses tools, thoughtful guidance and meaningful dialogue, to help her clients reach their goals now and to set the stage for future generations.
Robyn comes to this work after 12 years at The Minneapolis Foundation. Most recently she served as Director of their Family Philanthropy Resource Center working directly with multigenerational families on their charitable giving. Robyn also created Fourth Generation, the Minneapolis Foundation’s program for next gen donors. Robyn frequently led workshops and talks as the local expert and resource on family and next generation donors.
Robyn has spent her whole career in the nonprofit sector, including several years in New York and Washington, D.C, as a consultant to non-profit organizations focusing on fundraising and capacity building.
Robyn is a skilled listener, animated storyteller and community volunteer. She lives in Minneapolis with her husband and three kids.
Education and Affiliation:
- Master in Public Administration in Nonprofit Management, Robert F. Wagner, Graduate School of Public Service, New York University
- Bachelor of Arts, American University
- National Center for Family Philanthropy, Community Foundations Family Philanthropy Network