Emerging professionals are considered to be age 40 and under (or less than 5 years in their respective discipline).
The mission statement of the Emerging Professionals Initiative of the Dallas Estate Planning Council:
“To seed and enhance education and relationships of emerging talent in the Dallas estate planning community.”
February 13: 7:30-9:00 - Royal Oaks Country Club
Breakfast at 7:30
Program at 8:00-9:00
Limit 50 people
Program: Charitable Giving: Everything you need to know but were afraid to ask
Kyle Noesen: Assistant Director of Athletics Giving at SMU
Cathy Sheffield - Founder of ThinkGiving, LLC
Deidre Bacala: Senior Director of Major Gifts at American Cancer Society.
If you are an emerging professional* and would like to attend:
Please RSVP by February 6 (NOON) by clicking on the registration link below:
Seating is limited to the first 50 to register. Walk-ins will not be accepted if we are at capacity.
If you are an emerging professional but cannot attend:
If you ARE NOT an emerging professional:
Forward to friends, colleagues, employees, etc. who you think would benefit from getting involved.
Encourage emerging professionals at your company to get involved with DEPC. Your seal of approval may mean more than you realize to younger professionals.
Not a member of the DEPC? That’s okay! Ask us how you can become involved or visit http://www.dallasepc.org/.
If you have any questions feel free to contact the DEPC Emerging Professionals Committee at DEPCEmergingProfessionals@gmail.com.
* Emerging professionals are considered to be age 40 and under
or less than 5 years in their respective discipline
TO JOIN DEPC, please click on the link "Application Form" under the Menu.
If you have any questions feel free to contact the DEPC Emerging Professionals Chairman, Jennifer Lan, firstname.lastname@example.org