Organization Profile

Institute for Sustainable Development

The Institute for Sustainable Development is a 501c3 originally founded in the North Carolina Research Triangle in 2003 by a unique partnership of academic, business and philanthropic leaders, which included Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro and Greater Durham Chambers of Commerce, and the Fenwick Foundation. The Institute has trained more than 200 chamber of commerce executives across the United States, and 160 small businesses and non-profits in twelve U.S. states. In July 2017, the Institute started a new chapter to focus on more long-term issues affecting disaster recovery, resilience, and the future. ISD continues to build on its legacy of bringing together business, academic, and other thought leaders to promote partnerships, policies, and projects that promote (a) community resilience and disaster recovery, and (b) long-term community transformation based on applied innovation and sustainable development principles.

Civic & Community, Disaster & Emergency Services, Housing
Low-Income Communities, Veterans & Military Members, Other
Alexandria, VA, 22314