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The Money JAR Episode #8: The Value of Giving

When we discuss the value of “giving back” with our children, we often think in terms of money.  But what about giving other resources like time?  Listen in as hosts Evan and Todd engage guest expert, Susan Crites Price in a discussion on how to raise conscientious kids who value giving back to their community, be it with money or other forms of philanthropy.

 

Susan Crites Price, author of The Giving Family: Raising Our Children To Help Others,  is Vice President at the National Center for Family Philanthropy. Her articles have appeared in such publications as Working Mother, Family Life, The Washington Post and The Washingtonian.  In addition, along with her husband Tom, Price co-authored The Working Parents Help Book, a practical guide to juggling kids and careers, which won the Parents’ Choice Award and was a selection of the Scholastic Book Club. She and her work have been featured on Oprah and the Today show.

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Todd Yuzuriha and Evan Wilson

Evan is a senior research analyst and principal at Pacific Crest, a top technology boutique investment bank. He leads the firm’s coverage of the Internet, social media and games. He was recognized in Institutional Investor‘s All-American Research Team in the leisure (2005, 2007-2010), software (2005, 2007-2011) and Internet (2011) categories. He frequently appears on CNBC and at industry conferences, and is often quoted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg. Evan graduated from Linfield College, where he studied finance and computer science and was an Academic All-American.

Todd is passionate about personal finance and began investing at age 12. He retired as Vice President of Engi-neering for Logitech, where he led product development of the company's audio and video game products. Previously he was Senior Vice President of Engineering for Labtec, Senior Director at Sharp Microelectronics, and Engineering Manager at Tektronix. Todd has a bachelor's degree in engineering from Stanford, a master's degree in engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, and an M.B.A. from the University of Portland. Todd is married and has 3 children. He serves on the boards of Evergreen Public Schools in Vancouver, Washington and the Fort Vancouver Regional Library District and plays trumpet.