Sharna Goldseker, executive director, 21/64, specializes in next-generation and multigenerational engagement in philanthropy and family enterprise. Ms. Goldseker coaches, consults, facilitates educational programs, and speaks on generational transitions often using 21/64's uniquely developed tools. She also facilitates a network of next-gen donors who are exploring their identity and impact, and trains other advisors on 21/64's approach to multigenerational engagement. She is editor of The Grandparent Legacy Project and co-author of #NextGenDonors, a first-of-its-kind study of high-capacity next-gen donors in the United States. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Goldseker Foundation (a foundation established by her great uncle) and is a member of the Collaboration for Family Flourishing, a network of family wealth advisors. Goldseker earned a B.A. in urban studies and religious studies, University of Pennsylvania, and a M.A. in public administration in non-profit management, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University, where she was the inaugural Charles H. Tenney Fellow.