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Guest Speaker: Bruce DeBoskey, Founder & President of The DeBoskey Group

Host:John A. Warnick, Esq., Founder, Purposeful Planning Institute

Description: Join PPI’s Dean of Philanthropy and Philanthropic Strategist Bruce DeBoskey in exploring how philanthropy can – and should –  engage in light of the ongoing racial justice movement and the easing of pandemic restrictions. Nonprofit needs and opportunities for philanthropy are soaring. Learn what you and your clients can do.

Introduction to Our Guest Speaker

Bruce DeBoskey, JD

Bruce DeBoskey, J.D., is a Colorado-based Philanthropic Strategist with The DeBoskey Group , a consulting practice he founded eleven years ago to help families, family offices, businesses and foundations across the country design and implement thoughtful philanthropic strategies to achieve meaningful impact for themselves and their communities.


Bruce writes an award-winning, nationally-syndicated column “On Philanthropy” appearing initially in the Denver Post and then distributed by The Chicago Tribune to over 600 newspapers and other news outlets across the U.S. and abroad. He is the Dean of Philanthropy for the Purposeful Planning Institute and a Certified 21/64 Trainer. Bruce served for nearly nine years as the Anti-Defamation League’s Mountain States Regional Director, and before that, as a Colorado civil trial lawyer.

Bruce is the recipient of Community Shares of Colorado’s Community Leader of the Year Award, Urban Peak’s Maverick Thinker Award, the Public Justice Foundation’s Trial Lawyer of the Year Award, and the Colorado Nonprofit Association’s Excellence in Media Award. He holds a B.A. from Indiana University and a J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center.

He is the proud father of four sons ages 34 to 12. 

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