Women, Wealth and Philanthropy
Sponsored by Bank of America Private Bank
Presented by Dianne Chipps Bailey, National Philanthropic Strategy Executive, Bank of America Private Bank
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
8:30 a.m. – Networking & Breakfast
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. – Program
Location: Sarasota Yacht Club – 1100 John Ringling Blvd, Sarasota, FL 34236
FREE Event for Members AND Non-Members. The Charitable Gift Planners of Southwest Florida looks forward to welcoming all members of the Southwest Florida Estate Planning Council as well as the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Southwest Florida Chapter to this special program.
About the Program
From the creation of some of our nation’s oldest and largest public charities, to transformational mega-givers, women have consistently been at the forefront of philanthropic innovation and social change. Women today control more wealth, occupy more leadership roles and demonstrate greater capacity for driving meaningful change than ever before. Please join us for a conversation about the unique and evolving role of women in philanthropy, the importance of crafting a philanthropic identity and how to maximize the power of philanthropy.
About Our Speaker
Dianne Chipps Bailey is Managing Director and National Philanthropic Strategy Executive for Philanthropic Solutions at Bank of America Private Bank. Dianne and her team deliver customized consulting and advisory services on topics including strategic visioning, mission advancement, high-impact grant making, leadership development, governance and board dynamics. Dianne is a frequent speaker and commentator on topics related to best practices and trends in philanthropy. Her insights have been featured in Axios, Barron’s, Business Insider and The New York Times, among other publications. In her TEDx Talk, Dianne makes The Case for Fierce Optimism.
Dianne has more than twenty years of experience working with operating charities, grant makers and social entrepreneurs. Previously as an attorney, Dianne’s practice was dedicated to the representation of tax-exempt organizations, their senior management and volunteer leaders. Her clients included colleges and universities, museums, human service organizations, sports philanthropists, health care affiliate and conversion foundations, corporate and community foundations, private foundations and donor-advised fund holders, churches and other religious organizations, national fraternities and sororities, business leagues, trade organizations, as well as a myriad of start-up and grassroots charities. In addition, Dianne regularly was engaged as an expert witness in state and federal litigation matters, providing strategic counsel and trial testimony. Dianne began her career at Georgetown University Law Center, where she served on the adjunct faculty and raised annual and major gifts.
Dianne’s professional commitment to nonprofits also is deeply personal. An active community leader, she has served on and chaired many nonprofit boards including most recently, Discovery Place and Women Executives. An evangelist for women’s philanthropy, Dianne currently serves as chair of the Women’s Philanthropy Institute national council. She is a founding member and past president of Women’s Impact Fund. Her professional recognition includes a Charlotte Business Journal Women in Business Achievement Award and the Leadership Charlotte Circle of Excellence Award. Dianne previously was named The Mecklenburg Times Woman of the Year. Dianne graduated, with high honors, from the University of California at Berkeley and, cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center.
Note: Dianne does not provide legal advice in her role at Bank of America.
This program is proudly sponsored by Bank of America Private Bank