Sue Schwartzman

Sue has over two decades of experience working with high net worth individuals, teens, and multi-generational families to systematically and strategically engage in philanthropy and volunteerism. Her authentic and personal approach includes unfolding what people care and are passionate about and developing strategic plans for acting upon these determined values. Sue developed and facilitated one of the most esteemed teen philanthropy programs internationally. Her work is responsible for training more than 900 teenagers who have raised over $3 million for an array of non-profits.

Sue has a wide range of experience in the philanthropic sector including: education, program development, family engagement and running grant cycles and giving circles; personal philanthropic consulting and curriculum development. She is passionate about connecting with youth and millennials alike, is an acclaimed speaker and facilitator, has hosted several workshops specific to philanthropy, and has had her work featured in publications such as the Huffington Post. Most recently Sue has been presenting workshops around the country for Goldman Sachs.

Her expertise lies in raising well-grounded kids amidst wealth; philanthropy education and curriculum development; philanthropic practice in families, including multi -generational families, facilitation and workshop development.

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