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Board & Donor Speaker Series

21 May @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Cultivating Change: Crafting Multi-Generational Family Philanthropy with Purpose & Impact

Join us for a conversation with Kitty Northrop Friedman about engaging your family in philanthropy in ways that are meaningful to you and impactful in your community. Kitty will provide real-world examples of successes and challenges, introduce models and structures for effective philanthropy, and next steps for you to make it happen. She will also highlight ways to work with Community Foundations to enhance and elevate giving, support multigenerational impact, and meet local needs. We’ll leave ample time for conversation and participant questions.

About the Speaker

Kitty Northrop Friedman is a seasoned philanthropy consultant known for her ability to foster impactful giving. As a senior advisor at the Pathway Group and a 21/64 Certified Advisor, she provides values-centered guidance and extensive knowledge throughout the nonprofit sector. With her previous experience leading Philanthropy at Park City Community Foundation, Kitty excels in elevating community impact and connectivity. Previously, Kitty held leadership roles at The Girl Scouts of Utah, Green Mountain Valley School, and Ethel Walker School. Before entering the nonprofit world, she began her career as a litigation associate at Holland and Knight LLP. Beyond work, Kitty is committed to engaging in her community and volunteers on several boards, including the Boys Club of New York, Burke Mountain Academy, Bates College, and Utah Donor Collaborative. She also dedicates time locally to Park City Education Foundation’s Bright Futures Program and Song Summit Foundation. In her free time, Kitty enjoys being outside and adventuring with her three “almost” adult kids and her husband, Peter, here in Park City.

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Blair Education Center at the Park City Hospital
900 Round Valley Drive
Park City, UT 84060 United States
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(435) 731-4250