The Grateful Activist: This Longtime Philanthropy Leader Shares Insights

Tracy Gary says she starts every day as a “grateful activist.” That’s a good way to approach the morning, and an attitude that infuses the 66-year old Gary’s now 40-year career as philanthropy advisor, non-profit leader, donor and consultant. A founder of nearly two dozen non-profits, Gary heads Unleashing Generosity and Inspired Legacies, and is
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Author: Tim Lehnert

Tim Lehnert is a writer and editor who lives in Cranston, Rhode Island. His articles and essays have appeared in the Boston Globe, the Providence Journal, Rhode Island Monthly, the Boston Herald, the Christian Science Monitor, and elsewhere. He is the author of the book Rhode Island 101, and has published short fiction for kids and adults in a number of literary journals and magazines. He received an M.A. in Political Science from McGill University, and an M.A. in English from California State University, Northridge.

2 thoughts on “The Grateful Activist: This Longtime Philanthropy Leader Shares Insights”

  1. The world’s a better place, thanks to Tracy Gary! She’s the real deal! . . . grounded in the nuts and bolts of getting a tough job done; especially gifted in showing how to soar higher with imagination, courage and optimism.

    1. This is a wonderful article about Tracy Gary. Accolades could be sung a bit higher, but overall it captures her spirit beautifully. Thank you for the article and deep thanks to Tracy for the spirited contributions she makes every day to advance Human Rights,
      Social Justice, and Inclusiveness. She is truly AMAZING!

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