In this episode, Sarah and Tara are continuing the conversation of Women in Philanthropy. In Part 3, they visit with Jeannie Sager, Director of the Woman's Philanthropy Institute. During this episode they discuss the transfer of wealth of women and women as professionals working in the development sector.
Jeannie Sager, Director of Women’s Philanthropy Institute.
Gender matters within philanthropy. Women and men have different motivations for giving and different ways of practicing their philanthropy.
Three core findings from 10 years of research:
More and more, women have more access to education, income and wealth. And these three things are predictors for philanthropy.
Research reports are available online at https://philanthropy.iupui.edu/institutes/womens-philanthropy-institute/newest-report/index.html
What types of organizations are at the top of...
In this episode, we continue from last week with Part 2 of our Women in Philanthropy series, hosted by Tara Doyon and Sarah Rose. In Part 2, Sarah and Tara visit with Kathleen Criscione, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Registered Play Therapist, mother of 3 and practicing Catholic. Join them as they discuss how to let go of the unrealistic expectations set for working women. And how to create a healthy work-life balance.
Expectations for working moms. How do you get everything done and keep your sanity? How do working moms make it in development?
Kathleen Criscione is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Registered Play Therapist. She is a mother of 3 children under 4. She and her family are practicing Catholics with faith as a central part of their home. She is a member of St. Peter Catholic Church in St. Louis.
Kathleen received her Bachelors in Social Work from Saint Mary’s College at Notre Dame, IN and her Masters in Social Work...
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