Uncommon Philanthropy is a strategic advisory consultancy

    that partners with leaders and organizations

    seeking innovative and accountable large-scale change.


    Through customized consulting services, Uncommon Philanthropy helps leaders accelerate growth by understanding and leveraging the power of strategy, technology, leadership and philanthropy.


    "She's better than James Carville and McKinsey combined."

    -- Barbara Corcoran, Shark Tank


    +25 years experience: business, strategy, financial acumen and innovation

    +20 years helping partnerships & entrepreneurial ventures develop and share their financial stories

    + Over $4 billion dollars of client impact

  • Services

    Executive Coach: Ally & Trusted Counsel

    (1) For public & private grant-makers and organizations seeking innovative strategies that better leverage their giving.


    (2) For CEO's who want to understand and add the power of philanthropy to their corporate portfolio, platform and leadership.


    (3) For highly accomplished individuals who seek to transform themselves for roles of exponential impact at the local, national, and global levels.


    Serving organizations, individual donors, foundations, grantee leaders and collaborative partnerships.




    Since the 1990, my programs and seminars have been used to initiate change, build vision, create consensus and problem-solve in board rooms and on retreats.. Each presentation is curated to reflect your values and the issues most relevant to you. Our meetings are held under the Chatham House Rule (what we discuss stays confidential....I don't share with media. Ever. )

  • Experience & Impact

    Our work with key and emerging leaders include elected leaders, entrepreneurs, Forbes Top Givers and over 600 CEO's, board members and civic leaders.

    A client list is available upon request.

    Start-Up - $4B organizations

    Helping visionaries, donors and their organizations grow and add value.


    Of Grant Making Strategy & Innovation

    100 Countries & 600 organizations

    It's a small world after all

    3 Generations & 3,000 years

    Multi-generational and future visioning

  • Trust Data

    According to the Edelman Trust Barometer 2018

    • In a time of collapsing trust, technical experts are trusted by a whopping 63%
    • Only 54% trust peers and friends 
    • Only 33% trust government 
    According to the US Trust Study on Philanthropy
    • 59% of wealthy donors are unsatisfied with their philanthropic conversations
    • 48% of wealthy donors do not have a philanthropic strategy
    • 73% of wealthy donors want to discuss and share their values, interests and goals
    • 55% of wealthy donors believe their donations will be used unwisely
    • 58% of wealthy donors lack the knowledge for maximum impact and fear increased donor requests

  • Let's Connect

    I look forward to our conversation.

    Boca Raton, Florida and Jerusalem, Israel