Sampson was drawn to philanthropy after two years as a successful wealth manager and financial planner with his Uncle’s RIA firm, Sampson Investment Management. There he discovered the world’s financial systems for managing wealth unnecessarily conflicted with the optimal flow of philanthropic capital. This was mainly due to a lack of philanthropic financial education by the general public, as well as adverse motivational factors from capitalistic financial services providers. He also recognized the ever-increasing importance which philanthropy will play in future generation’s ability to provide a viable alternative to the diminishing flow of government capital to support our society’s most important services and programs that maintain the balance of a healthy economy.