Young people across America are driving today’s calls for radical societal transformation. Likewise, young trustees of family foundations are sparking new, and sometimes radical, conversations about how generational wealth is deployed through philanthropy.
Bring a drink or snack and a friendly sense of competition for a fun trivia ‘afterparty’ where you’ll have the opportunity to connect with other next generation philanthropists, trustees, and staff in the SAFSF network. This session is intended for young SAFSF members seeking to connect with each other. It also provides a learning and connecting opportunity for foundation trustees and staff who are preparing to bring younger members into active foundation roles.
Ashley Lukens, PhD is an independent philanthropic and development advisor in Hawaiʻi and Oregon. She has worked in and with the impact sector in Hawaiʻi since 2006 as the founder of the Hawaiʻi Food Policy Council, owner of Baby Awearness, director of the RISE Program at Kupu, director of Hawaiʻi Center for Food Safety, and currently as the executive director of the Frost Family Foundation, co-founder of Kūkulu, and co-founder of Hoiʻwai Fund.