Day of Philanthropy for Women

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The Oklahoma City Community Foundation has made the difficult decision to cancel the Day of Philanthropy for Women event that was scheduled for September 10, 2020.

We have not yet made plans to reschedule the event, but are still exploring several dates that might work in the future. Thank you for your understanding. Please contact Carol Hopper at 405/606-2903 if you have questions.

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Heather A. George is the director of the Wealth Strategies Group and cohead of Family Engagement Services at Bernstein. She works closely with high-net-worth families, family offices, foundations and endowments, and their professional advisors on family engagement and education, and a variety of complex investment planning issues, including pre-transaction planning, multi-generational wealth transfer, philanthropy and diversification planning for holders of concentrated portfolios.

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Eileen R. Heisman, ACFRE, is the president and CEO of National Philanthropic Trust. She is a nationally recognized expert on charitable and planned giving, and has been interviewed about philanthropy and donor advised funds on CNBC, PBS, NPR, CNN International and Bloomberg TV. She was the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP’s) 2014 Outstanding Fundraising Professional and has been named six times by NonProfit Times as one of the top 50 most influential executives in the philanthropic sector.

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Sloane Davidson is the founder and CEO of Hello Neighbor, a nonprofit organization that works to improve the lives of recently resettled refugee families by matching them with dedicated neighbors to guide and support them in their new lives. Prior to starting Hello Neighbor, Sloane worked for fifteen years in philanthropy and digital marketing. For eight years, she created and led the cause blog The Causemopolitan. She is on the board of Resolve Network, a NGO based in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, that focuses on jobs for women in post-conflict countries. She is also on the board for Indiana University’s Lilly School of Philanthropy Women’s Philanthropy Institute.