Michael Miller to Speak on “Disruptions to the Community Foundation Business Model” at AdNet 2017

Michael Miller to Speak on “Disruptions to the Community Foundation Business Model” at AdNet 2017


New York, NY, March 15, 2017 – Colonial Consulting, LLC, a leading investment advisor with a core focus on non-profits, is pleased to announce that Chief Investment Officer Michael Miller will be presenting at the AdNet 2017 Conference. The event will be held March 20 – 22 at the Peabody Memphis in Memphis, TN.

Mr. Miller will be presenting as a panelist on “Disruptions to the Community Foundation Business Model”. The panel will discuss the rationale of asset growth and how changes in the financial and investment sector may force fundamental changes on community foundations and be moderated by Brad Ward of the Council on Foundations. Mr. Miller will be joined by Betsy Constantine of Community Foundation of Greater Buffalo and Kevin Murphy of Berks County Community Foundation.

Additional information regarding the conference can be found at the conference web site at http://www.adnetconference.org.

About Colonial Consulting, LLC
Colonial Consulting is a leading investment consulting firm founded in 1980 with a focus on contributing to strong investment returns. With the firm’s experience, expertise, and in-depth research, Colonial provides valuable investment advice and full service consulting so that its clients can meet their financial objectives. The firm has always focused on non-profits and approximately 90% of client assets are held by endowments or foundations. As a result, the firm is structured to specifically work with the requirements and challenges of these institutions. Colonial’s efforts are focused on a number of areas and are driven by the deeply rooted philosophy that the firm exists to serve clients and that their success defines its own.

About Advancement Network (AdNet)
The Advancement Network Inc.’s (AdNet’s) mission is to strengthen the capacity of community foundation professionals to be the best in class in new fund and business development, engaging professional advisors, and cultivating and serving donors as philanthropic advisors by offering members: Professional development programs; Networking opportunities, webinars and forums to exchange ideas and effective practices in the areas of outreach to and stewardship of donors and their advisors; Support of appropriate research opportunities relating to resource development and donor services; and Representation of our shared interests to related membership groups, such as the Council of Foundations. More information can be found at http://www.adnetcf.org.

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