Ms. Jennifer Touchet
Vice President of Personal & Family Philanthropy, Greater Houston Community Foundation
Jennifer leads the Center for Family Philanthropy which helps families ensure their philanthropic legacy, expand their impact, and create meaningful experiences as giving families. She serves at the national chairperson of the Community Foundation Network of the National Center for Family Philanthropy. She is a certified multi-generational philanthropic advisor with the 21/64 advising network. She creates donor programming, curriculum, and learning engagements for the foundation’s major donor families including leading the Next Gen Donor Institute and other multigenerational programs. She presents workshops and speaks locally and nationally on next gen donors and multigenerational giving. She has served as executive director and director of development for various nonprofits in Texas and was the managing partner and one of the founders of Houston's first certified B-corporation, New Living, Healthy Green Building and Home. Jennifer is a graduate of Duke University and University of Pennsylvania, holds a Master’s degree in Oral History, and brings 20+ years of experience in the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. She lives in Houston with her husband and 3 children.