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Ellen RemmerEllen Remmer is a recognized leader in the field of strategic philanthropy. She has been with TPI since 1993 and has developed many of TPI?s signature donor learning programs and speaks internationally on the subjects of strategic giving, family philanthropy, and women as donors. Among the many publications Ellen has authored are: What?s a Donor to Do? The State of Donor Resources in America Today; Philanthropy for the Wise Donor-Investor: A Primer for Families on Strategic Giving; Raising Children with Philanthropic Values; Making a Difference: Evaluating Your Philanthropy; and Passion: Discovering the Meaning in Your philanthropy. Ellen has been featured in publications ranging from the Wall Street Journal and Forbes to Chronicle of Philanthropy and Town & Country. Ellen has worked directly with dozens of family, corporate and community foundations, helping them develop powerful strategies for social impact and strong governance structures and practices. Ellen currently serves as a board member of her family's foundation, which supports girls empowerment programs. She serves on the Board of Directors of Associated Grantmakers, the Board of Visitors of Indiana University?s School on Philanthropy, chairs the Advisory Council for the Women?s Philanthropy Institute and is a member of the Oxfam Leadership Council, Prior to her work with TPI, Remmer worked as a corporate strategic planning consultant at the firm of Temple, Barker and Sloane (now Oliver Wyman). Ellen completed a Bachelors of Arts from Wesleyan University and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.