The Wolf in Charity's Clothing: Behavioral Economics and the Case for Donor-Advised Fund Reform
Watts, Ann Charles
"The Wolf in Charity's Clothing: Behavioral Economics and the Case for Donor-Advised Fund Reform,"
University of Dayton Law Review: Vol. 43:
3, Article 6.
Available at: https://ecommons.udayton.edu/udlr/vol43/iss3/6
Ann Charles Watts, J.D., is a 2018 summa cum laude graduate of the University of Dayton School of Law and an associate in the tax, benefits, and wealth planning group at Dinsmore & Shohl, L.L.P. Prior to law school, Watts specialized in nonprofit organizational development and fundraising, working with hundreds of groups across the country, including Habitat for Humanity International, the Air Force Museum Foundation, and the U.S. Peace Corps. She earned her BA and MA in political science from Ohio University, is Harvard-educated in strategic nonprofit management, and holds both a certificate in fundraising management from the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University and a certificate in religious fundraising from the Lake Institute on Faith & Giving. In January 2015, she became the 103rd person worldwide since 1992 to receive the Advanced Certified Fundraising Executive (ACFRE) designation from the Association of Fundraising Professionals.