NCFP’s First-Ever Family Member CEO Retreat… An Invitation from Meadows Foundation CEO Linda Evans (October 2011 FGN)


Create connections… Share challenges… Identify solutions

Linda Evans, President and CEO, The Meadows Foundation

Linda Evans, President and CEO, The Meadows Foundation

Dear Family CEO Colleague:

I am delighted to personally invite you to the first-ever retreat for family member CEOs of family foundations. This will be an in-depth initiation to a series of ongoing conversations and events the National Center for Family Philanthropy plans for those of us who share the rewarding – and at times challenging – dual role of family member and CEO for our families’ foundations.

This is a very special opportunity for those of us in this position to delve in an intimate, confidential and participant-driven setting – into our complex yet everyday interplay of the professional and the personal.

Download the Symposium Agenda,
Brochure and Registration Form (PDF)

I am truly pleased to help launch this exclusive peer network for family member CEOs organized by the National Center and sponsoring partner Bank of America Merrill Lynch. I believe that the retreat will jump start a network that will become a lasting source of advice and support for us – more meaningful than anything a typical conference session or workshop could possibly provide.

Please join me at the wonderful Taaffe House, in Los Altos, CA for this interactive retreat.

Sincerely,

Linda Evans
President and CEO, and family member,
The Meadows Foundation, Dallas, TX

To register or for further information, contact Michael Goodman at 202.293.3424 or ncfp@ncfp.org.

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One Response to NCFP’s First-Ever Family Member CEO Retreat… An Invitation from Meadows Foundation CEO Linda Evans (October 2011 FGN)

  1. Thank you, Linda. I’m very much looking forward to this retreat and the chance to make connections and learn more about everyone and their work!

    -Lenore Hanisch
    Co-executive Director and family member
    Quixote Foundation, Seattle

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