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Karl Zinsmeister. Advisor's Role in Philanthropy

The Advisor’s Role in the Philanthropy and How Philanthropy Fuels American Success
Philanthropy in America is a bursting, bubbling impulse that has vital effects on almost every sector of our society. In this lively talk, author and former White House domestic policy adviser Karl Zinsmeister sketches the unappreciated size and scope of charitable giving, and argues that without it there would be no America as we know it. Private action to solve public problems is one of the practices that most distinguishes the U.S. from other nations, and continues to play a crucial role in keeping our communities healthy and our economy burgeoning. This presentation includes rich images, fascinating biographies, and rare historical details from Zinsmeister's Almanac of American Philanthropy, a monumental new resource just published by The Philanthropy Roundtable as a kind of missing manual to explain, inspire, and defend private giving.

5:15 pm - Networking and Cash Bar
6:00 pm - Dinner and Program
7:30 pm - Meeting Concludes

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Thursday, April 4, 2019
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

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Laurel Oak Country Club
2700 Gary Player Blvd
Sarasota   FL   34240
(941)378-3608
 
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Karl Zinsmeister
The Philanthropy Roundtable

Karl Zinsmeister is vice president, publications, at the Philanthropy Roundtable. He also founded and advises the Philanthropy Roundtable’s program on philanthropy for veterans and military service members. Earlier in his career, Mr. Zinsmeister was a Senate aide to Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the J. B. Fuqua Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and editor in chief at the American Enterprise magazine. He also served as the US president’s chief domestic policy adviser and director of the White House Domestic Policy Council. Mr. Zinsmeister has authored 13 books, including The Almanac of American Philanthropy and What Comes Next? How Private Givers Can Rescue America in an Era of Political Frustration. He created the “Sweet Charity” podcast, made a PBS feature film, and has written hundreds of articles for publications ranging from the Atlantic to the Wall Street Journal. Mr. Zinsmeister is a graduate of Yale University and also studied at Trinity College Dublin.



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