In the fall of 1992, Interaction Associates’ partners—Peter Gibb, Thomas Rice, Barry Rosen, and David Straus—embraced the idea of starting a not-for-profit wing of the company.  Their commitment to collaborative action was well established in the private sector, and they felt the time was right to make a similar commitment to the social sector—a unique move for a firm of this kind at the time.

Toward that end—in October 1992—they created a 501(c)(3) and named it the Interaction Institute for Social Change. Its mission was to work for social justice and sustainability in underserved communities and organizations. Read more…

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