Ginni Galicinao CPCC CAP has been working in the world of philanthropy since 1989. As a Legacy Coach and Philanthropic Advisor, she finds reward in helping families, individuals and organizations clarify their visions and develop strategic plans that achieve goals, which ensure transformational change ... for both themselves and the world. She received her Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP) designation through the American College, earned her accreditation as a Certified Coactive Coach in 2004, and trained as a Consultant in Organization and Relationship Systems. She has authored several articles, including "The Meaning of Wealth" published in Trusted Advisors for the Next Generation. Ms. Galicinao spoke recently at Mountain Rural Philanthropy Days, and the Resourceful Women’s Reunion and Inspired Legacies Chautauqua.
Kathryn Fleck hails from a family who has put an emphasis on philanthropy–including her father's parents who were involved with National Jewish Hospital, Technion University and the National Mustang Association. She and the Fleck Family Foundation were the first donors and advisors to Jazz Aspen Snowmass and she continues to sit on the JAS Board.
Kelley Hurt Purnell: Both excited and scared, Kelley mustered her courage and asked her father for a $1 million gift to the endowment campaign for Aspen Santa Fe Ballet. Kelley has enjoyed learning about people, community, and the impact she and her family can have on the world through philanthropy–her second career.
Molly Stranahan, Psy.D.: Molly loves to help people make choices that lead to happier, more fulfilling lives and a healthier planet. Besides creating the Path to Happiness and co-leading the Summer Institute (an annual program for inheritors of wealth), as a fourth-generation heiress to the Champion Spark Plug fortune she has served The Needmor Fund and the Stranahan Foundation in various roles.