Philanthropy Advisory Council

The Philanthropy Advisory Council is comprised of prominent estate planning attorneys and other financial planners who advise Hadley and its donors (through their advisors) on different ways to make gifts to the school, including strategic income tax methods. Council members prepare articles on estate planning issues for Foresight, Hadley's planned giving newsletter and provide philanthropy counsel to staff.

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Philanthropy Advisory Council Members

Linda R. Crane. Esq.
Crane Law Group, P.C.

Robert G. Davidson, Esq.
Harrison & Held, LLP

Alex Drapatsky, Esq.
Astor Law Group, P.C.

William A. Ensing, Esq. (Co-chair)
Ensing Law Firm, Ltd.

Regina "Ricki" Harris, Esq.

Louis S. Harrison, Esq.
(Hadley Trustee)
Harrison & Held, LLP

Karen Harvey, Esq.
The Harvey Law Office

Julie Hendricks
PNC Bank, N.A.

Marc J. Leaf, Esq.
Law Offices of Marc J. Leaf, P.C.

Rita E. Luce, Esq.
Harrison & Held, LLP

Pamela Lucina
JPMorgan Private Bank

Katarinna McBride, Esq.
Harrison & Held, LLP

William T. McClain
401K Advisors, LLC

Janet Rae Montgomery, Esq.
Daluga, Boland & Montgomery LLC

Robert T. Napier, Esq.
Harrison & Held, LLP

Ben A. Neiburger, JD, CPA
Generation Law, Ltd.

Teresa Nuccio, Esq. (Co-chair)
Harrison & Held, LLP

Raymond C. Odom, Esq.
Northern Trust

Julie S. Pleshivoy, Esq.

Jagriti Ruparel
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management

Alan Spigelman
McGladrey, LLP

Stacy E. Singer
Northern Trust

Linda Stephans
Graystone Consulting

Julie S. Tye, President
Hadley Institute

Denise C. Whennen, CFP
Atlantic Trust

David Witt. CPA
Pasquesi Sheppard, LLC

Brooke Voss
Hadley Institute

For questions regarding planned gifts to Hadley Institute for the Blind and Visually Impaired please contact: Brooke Voss, or 847-784-2774