The Philanthropy Roundtable’s vision is to build and sustain a vibrant American philanthropic movement that strengthens our free society.
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Vice President of Development
Windle Jarvis is vice president of development at The Philanthropy Roundtable. Prior to joining the Roundtable in August 2020, Windle was managing director of development and corporate relations at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), where he ran the individual and corporate fundraising teams and served as an advisor to the president and executive team.
Windle joined AEI after spending three years as a major gifts officer at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, a free market-oriented think tank in Arlington, VA. Prior to joining the Mercatus Center, Windle worked as a financial advisor with Merrill Lynch. As a part of a team managing over $200MM in investor assets, his responsibilities included portfolio management, retirement counseling, and new client acquisition.
Windle graduated cum laude in economics from George Mason University in 2006. While at GMU, he was selected for membership in the University Scholars Program, lettered on the varsity cheerleading squad, and was a leader in the Sigma Chi Fraternity.
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When people have the flexibility to give how, when and where they choose, it spurs even more generosity and uplifts those who we all wish to help.
Philanthropy Roundtable President and CEO Elise Westhoff kicked off the organization’s Annual Meeting last week in Colorado Springs, Colo., with a welcome address.
The Donor Intent Hub encourages donors to think carefully about how they deploy their gifts, and provides them with useful guidelines for making sure their philanthropy accomplishes the good they intend.
Join us for Philanthropy Roundtable’s 2021 Annual Meeting Oct. 13-15 in Colorado Springs, CO. Each year we convene philanthropic decision makers committed to strengthening our free society and solving our nation's greatest problems through meaningful, effective philanthropy.
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A Wise Giver’s Guide to Honoring and Preserving Donor Intent
At Philanthropy Roundtable, we are concerned about how “group-based justice” is sowing division across the country. We seek to create a culture where people are judged by the content of their character and actions, and not reduced to solely their race, gender, sexual orientation or group identity qualities.