NACU Interview Provides Insight into Philanthropy Trends

October 19
Amir Pasic

Recently NACU President Sean Creighton interviewed Amir Pasic, dean of the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University -Purdue University Indianapolis. The school is globally recognized as the first of its kind in the study of philanthropy and continues to train and empower practitioners to innovate and lead – and create positive and lasting change in the world. The interview included a look at several areas affecting philanthropy, including the potential impact of COVID-19, generational differences in giving, and the use of psychographic data in fundraising.

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