Planned Giving Advisory Council
Your assets are precious. You may look at cash reserves and wonder how to accomplish your long-term philanthropic goals. Thinking about your legacy can be confusing, and we can help ease the process. We work closely with allied professionals in the field of estate planning and will be pleased to collaborate with you and your advisors in confidence and without obligation.
The BSO Planned Giving Advisory Council is a group of volunteer professionals, including attorneys, accountants, and wealth managers, who serve as dedicated community ambassadors for the BSO. Council members generously contribute their expertise to support BSO leadership in developing legacy giving and providing guidance to donors and their advisors. The Council holds regular business meetings, and members participate in Legato Circle and other special events throughout the year. The BSO is deeply grateful to the Council for their commitment to the BSO, our donors, and the communities we serve.
Get started by contacting the BSO Office of Philanthropic Planning
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr
Cheri H. Dorsey
Herman, Sessa & Dorsey, LLC
Carl E. Eastwick
Semmes Bowen & Semmes
Edwin G. Fee, Jr., Esq.
Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP
John A. Gilpin
Retired — formerly with Bank of America, N.A. / U.S. Trust
William D. Hugo, JD, CFP
Wells Fargo Private Bank
Clarke Langrall, Jr. CEPA
Forecast Strategic Advisors
Wilmington Trust N.A.
Ricka E. Neuman, Chair
Christina Hester Snyder CISP, CFP
Aspire Wealth Planners
R. Adam Williams, CFP
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management