Posts by Kelly D. Nowlin

Courage and Commitment: Our Personal Journeys for Racial Equity

Posted by Mary Mountcastle , Kelly D. Nowlin and June Wilson on April 2, 2019

As NCFP’s 2020 Class of Fellows, we’ve been sitting down and doing a lot of listening. Not the kind of listening you do at a plenary session or on a webinar. The kind of listening that requires some courage. Welcome to three women’s journeys around racial equity in the field of family philanthropy.

Family Culture: Creating a Resilient Family Tree

Posted by Jamie Forbes and Kelly D. Nowlin on June 4, 2018

Cultural gatekeepers ensure that families sustain their collective identity by watching over and revisiting their cultural norms, adjusting or confirming along the way that “this is how we do it” while also recognizing that how we do it today might have to be different next year.

Family Philanthropy is a Learning Journey: Join us at NCFP's National Forum

Posted by Kelly D. Nowlin on June 8, 2017

This fall’s National Forum for Family Philanthropy is one of those key opportunities to deepen our learning of best practices, innovative approaches, trends and lessons learned. And, unlike other large philanthropic gatherings, NCFP’s Forum is strictly about family.

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