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women’s earned income is growing at 8.1% compared to 5.8% for men. Women are awarded more than half of first professional degrees, and nearly two thirds of master’s degrees. Rising portions of ...

women’s earned income is growing at 8.1% compared to 5.8% for men. Women are awarded more than half of first professional degrees, and nearly two thirds of master’s degrees. Rising portions of women do not marry until mid-career, and subsequently retain independent financial resources. Still, surveys indicate that over half of all women included some type of philanthropy in their description of an ideal life. The implications of changing wealth ownership for fundraising strategy must be top of mind for philanthropy professionals.

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  • 1. WOMENʼS NONPROFIT SECTORAND THE FUTURE OF THE WEALTH www.changingourworld.com BACHELORʼS 76 % 24% DEGREES 43% 57% RECEIVED 4% 38% 1950 2010 1970 2012TWICE AS MANY WOMEN AS MEN WORRY THATTHEY WILL NOT HAVE ENOUGH FOR RETIREMENTWOMEN ARE MORE LIKELY %THAN MEN TO SEE GIVINGAS A MATTER OF ETHICS OF TOP WEALTH HOLDERS WITH 43% 57% GROSS ASSETS OF MORE THAN $1.5 MILLION WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? WHAT DO WE DO? THINK DIFFERENTLY ABOUT: VALUE MARKETING NETWORKS BUSINESS PROPOSITION AND LANGUAGE PROSPECTS