A parent’s success, fame, and achievement can be a complicated legacy for the next generation. Author Christina Lewis Halpern lost her father, Reginald F. Lewis, the famed entrepreneur and, at the time of his death, the richest black man in America. In this conversation, Christina shares her struggles and ultimate triumphs, as well as how philanthropy helped her forge a powerful identity of her own.
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Susan Crites Price, family philanthropy expert and author of Generous Genes: Raising Caring Kids in a Digital Age explains how parents, […]
Mary Galeti shares how her family’s foundation became a tool for legacy and personal discovery after the deaths of the […]
What does it take to keep a foundation vital and effective for more than four generations? The Haas family’s William […]
Increasingly, women are rising as leaders in philanthropy. They’re creating their own wealth, establishing private foundations, and collaborating with their […]
Pioneering entrepreneur Peter Thum is a leader in creating businesses that do good while doing well. As the founder of […]
Named to Barron’s “25 Best Givers” list, investor and Internet pioneer Jean Case discusses a bold approach to social change that requires taking risks, being innovative, and failing forward. […]
Carrie Morgridge discusses her book, Every Gift Matters: How Your Passion Can Change the World, in which she reveals her […]
Now 20 years old, Sarina Dayal reflects on the six years she’s spent serving on the Tarsadia Foundation’s Junior Board […]
Ferguson. Staten Island. Baltimore. Charleston. Cleveland. These cities have become emblematic of the deep divides that still exist in this […]