By Holly Depfyffer
Posted in Podcast
Danielle Oristian York is a speaker, consultant, and trainer working with those who seek to change the future through a strategic and operational exploration of values and identity. Danielle opens the show by speaking about her role as the executive director of 21/64, a nonprofit practice founded to serve philanthropic and enterprising families. Danielle reveals how we should have conversations with younger generations around wealth and philanthropy. As parents, we need to take advantage of our highly connected society and teach our children about using money as a tool. Lastly, Danielle explains why you should never outsource your parenting.
IN THIS EPISODE:
[01:45] Danielle speaks about her role as the executive director of 21/64.
[09:00] Millennials are huge contributors to the economy and politics. Danielle reveals how we should have conversations with younger generations around wealth and philanthropy.
[15:10] We have an opportunity to parent in a way that protects our kids and keeps them safe. Parents should take advantage of our highly communicative and connected society.
[19:05] How to talk to your children about using money as a tool.
- [24:00] Remember, don’t outsource your parenting.
Our work as humans is to grow and evolve and adapt to a changing world.
Ask yourself what success looks like for your children around their money behaviors.
Do not outsource your parenting around money.
You don’t have to be an expert in wealth or communication in order to parent well.
21/64 – www.2164.net
Twitter – https://twitter.com/2164buzz/
Danielle Oristian York is a speaker, consultant and trainer working with those who seek to change the future through a strategic and operational exploration of values and identity. She is an internationally recognized expert on multigenerational and next generation philanthropy and family decision making and works with individuals, families and organizations in this capacity.
As executive director of 21/64, a nonprofit practice founded to serve philanthropic and enterprising families, she and her partners develop and train on catalytic tools for transforming how individuals and families articulate their values and use them as benchmarks for decision making, both now and in the future.
Danielle’s experience working in wealth management, a family office and the non-profit space has given her different vantage points from which to catalyze and support strategic decision making. With more than 15 years of experience, a constant curiosity and warm presence, new and seasoned philanthropists, as well as the advisors who serve them, are drawn to her as they navigate what is next. Prior to joining the 21/64 Team, Danielle worked at UBS and Pitcairn Family office. She is married, with two children, and lives on the south shore of Boston.