Public policy experts Neil Britto and Daniel Gitterman believe humanity requires fresh approaches to problem-solving. They offer a diverse, comprehensive range of perspectives – from those working in academia and philanthropy to practitioners with relevant experience – demonstrating how collaborating across sectors can fuel meaningful social change. The writers urge you to recognize that complex problems require interconnected solutions and compromise, and they challenge you to disrupt the status quo.
About the Authors
Adjunct professor at New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service Neil Britto is a project lead at the Aspen Institute’s Program on Philanthropy and Social Innovation and co-founder of the Intersector Project. Chair of public policy for UNC’s Department of Public Policy Daniel Gitterman serves as director of its Public Policy and Global Affairs honors seminar.