Untethered is a 20-minute introduction to the causes and consequences of social isolation. Written for philanthropists, social entrepreneurs, community-builders, policy-makers, and other dreamer-doers, it describes key fronts in the fight for greater human connection -- a fight in which you play a vital role.
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About the Author
David T. Hsu is author of “Untethered: A Primer on Social Isolation” and Head of Business Innovation at the Hollywood-based social impact agency Propper Daley. Trained as a political scientist, he leverages expertise in culture change and systems change to advise leaders across philanthropy, business, and entertainment. David previously worked in strategy and communications at NationBuilder, the software company that powers grassroots campaigns. Prior to that, he was visiting lecturer in international political economy at the University of Pennsylvania and supported antitrust investigations at the U.S. Department of Justice. David is an advisor for Encore.org’s Generation to Generation campaign and created the citywide “anti-gala” Shared Plates for L.A. Kitchen. He holds a B.A. from Duke and Ph.D. from Princeton.