Black Philanthropy: Past, Present and Future Opportunities (RECORDED)
A virtual conversation with Asalyn Coachman, Financial Advisor at Financial Architects, Inc. Presented in partnership with The Prosperity Foundation, the Connecticut Community Foundation and the Waterbury Black Giving Circle. (Rescheduled from August 11)
Aug 25, 2021
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Asalyn Coachman, Financial Advisor at Financial Architects, Inc.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Black Philanthropy Month.
Observed every August, Black Philanthropy Month (BPM) is a global celebration. A new organizing concept frames the BPM campaign each year. The theme for 2021 is “TENacity: Making Equity Real."
About the Speaker
Asalyn Coachman is a Financial Advisor coaching clients to wealth one decision and one dollar at a time. A Harvard University graduate and New York State licensed attorney, Coachman has been working with clients at Financial Architects, Inc. for over a decade. Advising couples and business owners, she has extensive experience working with single professional women and was named a top female professional by Ohio National Life Insurance Company.
About the Moderator
Leon Bailey Jr., MPA, DMIN, Sr. Vice President for Human Resources and Organizational Culture at The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, has numerous accomplishments in both the public and private sectors. Read full bio
For questions or changes in registration, please contact Carmen Burgos.
The Community Foundation celebrates local giving through a collection of stories that highlight Black Philanthropy in our region. Learn more about the inspiring donors and organizations that demonstrate the power of Black Philanthropy in Greater New Haven. #TCFRecognizes