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What Will Our Legacy Be?

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Tuesday, May 3rd at Noon ET / 11:00am CT (60 minutes)

Guest Speakers:

  • Arielle Nóbile, Legacy Filmmaker, Legacy Connections Films
  • Cathy Carroll, MBA, PCC, President, Legacy Onward, Inc.
  • Tony Macklin, CAP®, Principal, Tony Macklin Consulting
  • Padric H.B. Scott, CFP®, ChFC®, CLU®, WMCP®, Founding Partner, CrossRoad Wealth Management Group


Description:
Join us to learn about PPI’s effort to create more justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion.  We’ll explore what our true collective legacy can be when we come together around our shared humanity.  

Introduction to Our Guest Speakers

Arielle Nóbile has channeled her lifelong passion for story into helping families connect in deeper ways.  What began as a way to make documentary films and make a living has evolved into profoundly healing work.

One of Arielle’s gifts is her innate ability to see the essence of who someone truly is. Bringing out people’s inner-spirit inspires her and elevates her work to a calling.

Growing up, Arielle was blessed to know all her grandparents & three of her great grandmothers.  When her grandfathers both passed away, she mourned not only their physical passing but she also experienced deep regret at having not memorialized their spirit and stories.  In 2005, she decided not to repeat her mistake and she made her first two films about her surviving grandmothers.  The experience was life-changing.  Legacy Connections Films was born. 

Arielle received her BFA in Experimental Theatre from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.  She then studied in an MFA-style year-long directing program at Second City Theatre in Chicago. She taught adults and children improv & theatre at Second City and Piven Theatre, which makes her uniquely skilled at helping people relax and be natural on camera.  

Arielle won Best Documentary 2019 at the Borderscene Film Festival in New Mexico for her documentary film, “Belonging in the USA:  The Story of Michael D. McCarty.” The film, the first in a series of three, has been screened at film festivals and other events around the world.  Arielle was named to The Independent Magazine’s “10 Filmmakers to Watch” in 2018.   In 2012, she won a Hugo Television award for her 6-part public television series, “Belonging in Boulder: Unexpected Stories from Your Neighbors.” 

When Arielle is not working with her clients around the globe, she is enjoying family time with her husband, young daughter, and three cats in their home on the Northshore of Chicago.  She loves hiking, dancing, biking, cooking, writing, reading, gaming, playing guitar and singing, and of course, watching movies.

Cathy Carroll founded Legacy Onward, Inc. to support the development of family business leaders so that families in business thrive.   After growing up around her grandfather’s business, Cathy pursued a 20-year corporate career as an actuary at Hewitt Associates and a corporate executive at Sabre Inc., and United Airlines before leaving to run her father’s business. As President & COO of Pro Equine Group, she was responsible for five companies that manufacture and distribute equipment serving the team roping market. After turning the company around, Cathy left to start Legacy Onward.

Cathy earned a leadership coaching certificate at Georgetown University, an MBA at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and a BA at Boston College. She is also a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) in the International Coaching Federation.

Cathy has served on the board of three family businesses. An active member of her community, she is co-President of the ITL Network and a founding board member of A Leg To Stand On which provides free orthopedic care to children with untreated limb disabilities.  She lives with her family in San Antonio, TX.

Tony Macklin, CAP®

A Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy®, Tony helps donors, grantmakers, and their advisors and associations answer questions about shared purpose, use of resources, governance, strategy, and assessment. He is a frequent speaker, trainer, and author for the same audiences.

He served four years as executive director of the Roy A. Hunt Foundation, a multi-generational family foundation based in Pittsburgh. While there, he facilitated a visioning process and changes in investment management, impact investing, grantmaking, trustee education, and back-office management. In twelve years at the Central Indiana Community Foundation, he led grantmaking and community change initiatives, advised generous entrepreneurs and families, attracted $39 million in assets and co-investments, and co-founded a social enterprise. Before that he managed technical assistance and financing programs for the State of Indiana’s Community Development Division.

Tony was raised in Indiana and now lives in Pittsburgh. He is a member of the National Network for Consultants to Grantmakers and Purposeful Planning Institute. He also serves as a senior consultant for the National Center for Family Philanthropy, senior consultant with Ekstrom Alley Clontz & Associates, and senior advisor to the Impact Finance Center. He’s reviewed proposals for a wide variety of funders and purposes, co-founded a giving circle, and served on more task forces and committees than he can remember.

Padric H.B. Scott hails from humble beginnings in Tallahassee, FL. A true product of his environment, Padric was born to Rev. Dr Edward R. II (D.M.D) and Mrs. Pamela Scott (Educator) who always encouraged him to dream bigger and go further, and to remember to use his gifts to be a blessing to others.

Padric graduated early from Florida A&M University with a Bachelor’s in Molecular Cell Biology in 2012. He then began his master’s where he carried a 3.56 GPA in Molecular Cell Biology with a concentration in Cardiovascular Physiology, until he stopped to accept a contract to play in the NFL for the Arizona Cardinals. Padric’s professional career spanned 5 years, with stops in the Arena Football League, and the Canadian Football League. During his professional tenure, he developed a lifelong passion for wealth management seeing disparities of knowledge at high levels of Black earnings and wealth.

Today, Padric serves as both Founder and CEO of CrossRoad Wealth Management Group, a precision wealth practice founded by him in 2021 that serves as an umbrella organization for his consulting engagements. Based out of Tallahassee, FL, CrossRoad is currently licensed in 43 states, serving high capacity, highly intelligent, and self-made individuals, often found in the professional sports, tech, and portfolio management world in addition to closely held minority businesses through investment advisory and values-based estate planning services.

Padric is a lifelong learner, currently working on his Master of Science in Financial Planning with a concentration in Legacy Planning. Padric loves His God, Church, family, working out, and as a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. believes strongly in the motto of “Achievement in Every Field of Human Endeavor.”

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May 3

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