Have you ever wanted to attend a 21/64 training?
We are thrilled to announce that 21/64 will be facilitating a workshop on Exploring Generation Z: Engaging Teens in Conversations About Philanthropy. It's not too late to register!
Join us in San Francisco for the JTFN Summit, March 17-19, 2019.
21/64 is an independent nonprofit practice that provides multigenerational advising, facilitation and training geared toward the engagement of the next generation in family philanthropy and other family enterprises. For the last 17 years, 21/64 has helped next generation donors define their philanthropic identity and assisted families to onboard their next generation family members successfully.
Barbara Taylor Raichstain
Barbara brings 13 years of foundation and non-profit experience to her work engaging individuals, families and institutions in meaningful philanthropy. Barbara began with the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies directly after college where she applied strategy, measurement andevaluation to programs across the Foundation. She soon moved up to Program Officer and simultaneously completed a Master’s Degree in Public Administration at NYU Wagner. At 21/64, Barbara created educational programs for next generation philanthropists, led operations and continues to serve hundreds of clients and build partnerships. Currentlyshe leads 21/64’s Certified Advisor Network and Training, providing strategic direction and management for both the training and ongoing member education. Barbara has a Master’s in Public Administration in Nonprofit Management from Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from St. John’s University.
Director of Client Engagement, 21/64
Sara brings over 11 years of financial services and private wealth experience to her work engaging individuals, families, and organizations in multigenerational conversations. As a 21/64 Certified Advisor and next gen herself, Sara is passionate about helping clients discuss the challenging topics of family, money and making decisions together based on individual and shared values. Sara began her career in the hedge fund industry, first as a hedge fund analyst at MIO Partners, the investment office of McKinsey & Co., and then as Director and Head of the Business Development Support Team at HedgeServ, a leading hedge fund administrator. Sara earned a B.A. in International Political Economy from Fordham University. She is currently completing postgraduate course work at the Ackerman Institute for the Family in New York City as well as working towards her CTI Co-Active Coach certification. In addition, she has experience as an MBTI Certified Practitioner and a Certified Financial Education Instructor.