We aim to serve as a hub for resources on multigenerational advising and next gen philanthropy. Below is an open database of our entire collection for you to explore.
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A Guide to Talking to Your Children About MoneyType: Article
October 18, 2017 Beth Milkovits, a vice president in our Private Banking Group, provides a guide for introducing the concept of money and its value to children at various stages of childhood development. READ MORE: https://www.bbh.com/en-us/insights/a-guide-to-talking-to-your-children-about-money/24024
Five Questions with Bryn MarsType: Article
October 18, 2017 In “Five Questions,” Bryn Mars shares her background as a fourth-generation family business owner and discusses the importance of families facilitating intergenerational conversations about wealth and values. READ MORE: https://www.bbh.com/en-us/insights/five-questions-with-bryn-mars/24042
Up Close and Personal with Next Gen DonorsType: Article
By Sharna Goldseker, Executive Director, 21/64 October 18, 2017 Sharna Goldseker, executive director of 21/64, interviews three passionate next gen donors to gain more insight about the causes that they are most interested in and how they are contributing to them. READ MORE: https://www.bbh.com/en-us/insights/up-close-and-personal-with-next-gen-donors/24032?cm_mmc=BBH.COM-_-insights-_-24032-_-up-close-and-personal-with-next-gen-donors+social-inf+Ext
How Children Succeed: Grit, Curiosity, and the Hidden Power of CharacterType: Book
Paul Tough, Mariner Books, 2012 Reviewed by Lindsey Bodner, Executive Director, The Naomi Prawer Kadar Foundation This readable 231 page book written by education journalist Paul Tough explores the vastly divergent educational outcomes that are the product of income inequality in the United States. The book’s thesis is that character and non-cognitive abilities like leadership,…