“There are 5 generations above the age of 21 in America today.”
In a world where people think “legacy” is often a concept left to those with the most money, Danielle Oristian York is dedicated to helping people of all ages and backgrounds create legacies of their own.
Danielle Oristian York is the executive director and president of the nonprofit organization 21/64. She is a graduate of James Madison University and the center for Creative Leadership Coaching Program. She has more than 18 years experience helping families, leaders, and organizations do work around changing identity and the future.
This is Danielle Oristian York’s story…
Danielle York is the executive director and president of the nonprofit organization 21/64. 21/64 provides multigenerational advising, facilitating, and training for next generation level engagement with a focus on family, philanthropy and foundations. York and her team work with families of different generations to help them understand their values and how to operationalize them to make the world a better place.
In this episode, you will learn the following:
- What does it mean to live 20 years past retirement age?
- How can families of different generations work together more effectively?
- What are the benefits of giving back to the community
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Find out more about 21/64 and what they’re doing, at 2164.net