Partnership for Philanthropic Planning Community Network

Perspectives Newsletter

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Getting Started

PPP members can use the community to...

 Search for other PPP members using the Directory Search tab. To enhance the information others will find when they search for you, Visit your profile to upload your photo, bio and tags.
Read The Journal of Gift Planning. To join the Journal group, Browse Groups and select The Journal of Gift Planning, then click 'Join this group' on the group landing page. Select Library in the blue group menu to see the current issue and an archive of articles from past issues. 
Search for articles in the PPP Online Library, using the search function at the top of every screen in the community. Just  enter a term and select Libraries from the search options, then click Go. Be sure to rate and comment on the articles you read to help others identify the most useful resources.
Click here to read instructions for other popular tasks in the PPP community. If you have questions, contact Barbara Yeager at

Did You Know?

Save the Date: #2014NCPP October 14-16 in Anaheim, California | We look forward to seeing you there!

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Member Spotlight

Laura Hansen Dean serves as secretary of the board for the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning and is a member of the Leadership Institute's Steering Committee. She is executive director of gift planning of The University of Texas at Austin. She has more than 25 years experience in helping people make significant charitable gifts as part of financial and estate planning. She has led gift-planning teams at public universities, community foundations, and academic centers on philanthropy. Dean has served on the boards of directors of the National Committee on Planned Giving, local planned giving councils, and estate planning councils. She earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from Ball State University and her law degree from Indiana University School of Law. She is a member of the Planned Giving Council of Central Texas.

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