Our engaging speakers will enhance your next client event, wealth management conference, donor development program or other philanthropic event.
If you are looking for a way to engage clients, donors, or professionals, consider bringing one of 21/64’s expert speakers to your next event, conference, program, gathering or meeting - either virtually or in-person. 21/64 offers first-of-its kind research, insider knowledge, exclusive resources, and interactive and transformative experiences in every speaking engagement. Our presenters Danielle Oristian York, Sharna Goldseker, Jumi Falusi Samen, Diane Higginbotham and Robyn Schein are highly regarded for their engaging presentation style, and our small group discussions and interactive tools will enable your audience to integrate powerful new ideas and tangible takeaways.
All About Values
Rarely do the decisions we make have the power to change lives the way they do at this unique point in history. Research has shown that the more our decisions align with our values, the more fulfilling and strategic they can be. This session will focus on exploring participants’ motivational values for their decision making using 21/64’s uniquely designed tool Motivational Values.
Clarifying Your Philanthropic Identity
This inspiring session offers practical experience for participants to reflect on the stories they heard growing up, the values they bring to their philanthropy, and their vision for the legacy they want to leave in the world so they can clarify what they want to fund. Tools may include What Am I Inheriting?, Motivational Values, and Picture Your Legacy.
Connecting Wealth & Privilege to Purpose
This program provides an opportunity for participants to navigate the complexity of wealth and explore ways to create meaning and purpose for self and others. In this interactive session, donors can reflect on the messages around wealth they were raised with, consider what’s working and no longer working for them, and help operationalize making decisions in alignment with their purpose. Tools may include Money Messages and rolePlay.
Money & Meaning
In this session, we spend time challenging one of the oldest and most entrenched taboos – money. This session provides easily accessible ways to talk about money with family members, peers, financial and philanthropic advisors, and others with whom participants interact. Discover your values around money and observe how your own money story informs or inhibits your money conversations with others to contribute to positive change in society. Tools may include Money Messages.
Navigating Systems in Relationships
Wondering how to prepare for what issues might arise when broaching subjects such as multigenerational success, legacy planning, or financial and philanthropic engagement with family members? This session helps make the invisible dynamics of a family system visible to you as a family member, leader or convener of impact-driven discussions. Learn key theories and use tools to help more comfortably navigate conversations and decision-making toward impact. Tools may include What Am I Inheriting? and Family Diagram.
Generation Impact: How Next Gen Donors are Revolutionizing Giving
In this informative session, co-authors Sharna Goldseker or Michael Moody will speak though an informed presentation about Gen X and Millennial donors and how they plan to revolutionize giving in ways that will deeply affect us all. Sharna will bring research as well as stories that bring the research to life including examples of next gen donors’ response to the recent crises in the U.S. Tools may include Motivational Values and Picture Your Legacy.
This program for participants, especially with younger children, shares 21/64’s proprietary compilation of key research and ideas curated from the field to distill and convey essential lessons in raising good humans. Participants have the opportunity to reflect on what they’re doing well and can share with their peers, and leave with new tools they can use to strengthen communication and engagement across generations. Tools may include Growing Goodness.
This is 40: Legacy Conversations with Younger Donors
In this session we will unpack the challenges of discussing and soliciting legacy gifts from younger donors. 21/64 will share research on what motivates next generation donors and best practices for engaging them in your organizations. Attendees will gain insights and specific tools to advance their practice. Tools may include Picture Your Legacy.
Each speaking engagement includes:
- One 30-minute intake call with you to determine your needs and clarify the purpose and objectives of our work together.
- One 30-minute preparation call with you and the speaker before the event to finalize the agenda.
- Time to prepare on our side.
- A 60- or 90-minute engaging session (virtual or in-person).
We have presented within the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, the Middle East and Latin America to diverse audiences at conferences, board meetings, professional development seminars, donor/client events, and on panels. If you have an upcoming engagement, contact us at 21/64 to leverage our experience and expertise in designing and delivering successful programs and interactive workshops on these issues.
Bring a 21/64 Presenter to Your Next Engagement
Shirley Dayan Lassner, Marketing, Communications & Events Officer
Ella T. Newman, Managing Director
Fiduciary Trust International
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
Sue Schwartzman, Principal
Sue Schwartzman Philanthropic Consulting
Glenmede, November 2021