Bruce DeBoskey

Philanthropic Strategist, The DeBoskey Group

Bruce DeBoskey, J.D., is a Colorado-based Philanthropic Strategist with The DeBoskey Group, a national consulting practice he founded to help businesses, individuals, families, and foundations design and implement thoughtful philanthropic strategies to achieve meaningful impact for themselves and the world. He writes a regular column "On Philanthropy" in the Business Section of the Sunday Denver Post, is a Teaching Fellow at Boston College's Center for Corporate Citizenship, where he teaches "Corporate Giving: A 21st Century Approach," is the Co-Dean of Philanthropy for the Purposeful Planning Institute, is a Certified 21/64 Trainer, and is the President of the Colorado Philanthropic Advisors Network. Bruce served for nearly nine years as the Anti-Defamation League's Mountain States Regional Director, and for 25 years before that, as a Colorado civil litigator. He holds a B.A. from Indiana University and a J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center.