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NCFP Webinar: The Power of a Name: Considering Privacy, Publicity, and Transparency

March 12th, 2020
12:00PM to 1:15PM
Philanthropy Massachusetts, 133 Federal Street, Suite 802, Boston, MA
Grantmaker, Philanthropic Advisor
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Using your name publicly can be a positive and productive tool in your philanthropy. Your name can also carry a lot of weight: the responsibility, publicity, and hesitance to experiment and potentially fail. For families that want to use their names more intentionally, it is important to consider these opportunities alongside the responsibilities and drawbacks of a more public identity. In this webinar, hear from families who have considered the power of their name and learn ways to be thoughtful about your own voice.

*Please note, you will need to come to Philanthropy Massachusetts' office to view the webinar and will not be able to access it from your personal desk.*

Please see below for a list of speakers confirmed to date–additional speakers will be added in the weeks to come.

Stephanie Goodrid Lawson is the Executive Director of the McKinney Family Foundation in Indianapolis, IN.

Daphne Davis Moore leads all internal and external communications for the Walton Family Foundation. She directs all institutional foundation communications and branding, and oversees media relations and messaging to advance the foundation’s K-12 Education, Environment and Home Region Programs. Before joining the foundation, Daphne spent 13 years at Walmart, holding senior positions in public affairs, government relations and corporate communications. She managed a 16-person government relations team working nationwide to secure store approvals and also served as regional director of government relations for the Northeast. Daphne began her career in journalism, working as a reporter at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, the Northwest Arkansas Times and the Log Cabin Democrat, in Conway, Ark. She holds a B.A. in English and mass communications from Ouachita Baptist University, where she was editor of the college newspaper.

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