As a community with strong financial resources, it is often expected of us not only to care and provide for our families, but also our friends, neighbors, townspeople, fellow citizens, and the wider world. Those with means have the opportunity to impact the lives of others and share their resources. An important question for us to consider together: Why is it that decision-making around money, privilege, power, philanthropy and our values are not discussed regularly at the dinner table or other favorite contexts for important family discussions? How can we have meaningful conversations with our kids about what we have, what’s important to us, and how that translates into our giving? Rebecca will go beyond the cursory look at charitable giving and delve into the heart of the matter around money, meaning and family, including mission, thesis and core values. Her training as a psychologist will help foster insight and the translation of insight into action.