Getting to Yes, How To Be a Good Partner
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Phyllis Silverstein, CFP®
Phyllis Silverstein is a Senior Vice President and currently serves as the Senior Regional Fiduciary Manager of Philanthropic Services for the Southeast region. Within Philanthropic Services, Phyllis and her Team help individuals and multi-generational families achieve their charitable objectives through the creation and management of private foundations, charitable trusts and other charitable planning strategies. They also advise nonprofit organizations in the areas of annual development, planned giving and endowment, governance, management and strategic planning. Phyllis and her Team strive to create value for clients by helping them understand and maximize the impact their philanthropy has on current and future needs.
As part of the national Philanthropic Services leadership team, Phyllis is responsible for the growth of Philanthropic Services along with ensuring each client has an exceptional service experience. Phyllis is also responsible for creating awareness and sustaining effective internal partnerships for philanthropic services throughout Wells Fargo Private Bank.
Phyllis has over 33 years of professional fundraising and development experience. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Phyllis spent 8 years as the Vice President of Planned Giving & Endowment for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta where she developed a comprehensive endowment program involving donors, professional advisors and community organizations. Prior to moving to Atlanta, Phyllis held resource development positions at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Jewish Federation of Broward County.
Phyllis graduated cum laude, with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Florida Atlantic University. Phyllis obtained a Certificate in Financial Planning from the University of Georgia, and is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional.
Phyllis has served as a subject matter expert for the CFP Board Exam Review and is a member of the Estate Planning Council of North Georgia. She has served as President and Board member of the Georgia Planned Giving Council. Phyllis currently serves on the National Hadassah Foundation Board and holds the position of Treasurer. Phyllis and her husband, Lee, live in Marietta, Georgia and have 7 children.
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Baby Kale Salad: apples, mixed peppers, creamy champagne dressing (GF/DF)
Beef Short Rib: pan sauce, Yukon gold smashed potato, charred blue lake green beans (GF/DF)
Vegan Option: Mushroom Risotto Cake with grilled asparagus and carrots in a plum sauce
Apple Tart: caramel sauce, dairy free whipped cream (DF)
- 5:00 p.m. Networking
- 6:00 p.m. Dinner
- 6:20 p.m. Announcements
- 6:30 p.m. Program
- 7:30 p.m. Program Concludes
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