Last week on the podcast, we had Andrew Doust from KORE Venture on the podcast. And he gave us some amazing insights into his work with the next generation of families of wealth and family philanthropists. And this week, we’re talking to Logan Angel, a second-generation philanthropist, here to share the experience she had working with KORE Venture in their Rising Generation program.
Logan is the director of her family’s foundation, the Angel Family Foundation. She has a unique perspective, with her family only generating wealth when she was well into her childhood. This understandably brought up new dynamics for the whole family to negotiate, and she’s here to talk about how this has played out on the show.
Tune in this week as I discuss with Logan Angel her experiences as a second-generation family philanthropist. She’s sharing her experiences of realizing her family was different than those around them, and her journey through that adjustment. We are also looking at the immersion program she attended with KORE Venture, and how that has impacted her and her family foundation’s future for the better.
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What You Will Discover:
- Logan’s unique experience, with her family not becoming a family of wealth until her pre-teen years.
- What Logan wishes she had known at the time, looking back at the time when things started changing.
- Why Logan credits philanthropy with keeping her grounded into adulthood.
- The conversations Logan and her family had as she got older around their newfound lifestyle.
- Logan’s initial hesitations around attending the KORE Venture program, and why she’s glad she went ahead with it.
- What the KORE Venture program involved and the educational and emotional resources and coaching they provided.
- How KORE Venture helped Logan get to know her peers and understand the opportunities and expectations that come with wealth in a way she never got the opportunity to through her formative years.
- Why it’s never too late to start having an inquisitive mind and work on self-improvement in these areas.
Listen to the Full Episode:
Featured on the Show:
- Logan Angel: LinkedIn
- The Angel Family Foundation Facebook
- KORE Venture: Website | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn
- Episode 087: Helping the Rising Generation Flourish with Andrew Doust of Kore Venture
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