Edgar Cahn

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"Dr. Edgar S. Cahn is the creator of Time Dollars and the founder of TimeBanks USA, as well as the co-founder of the National Legal Services Program and the Antioch School of Law (now the David A. Clarke School of Law). He is the author of "No More Throw Away People: The Co-Production Imperative," "Time Dollars" (co-author Jonathan Rowe, Rodale Press, 1992), "Our Brother’s Keeper: The Indian in White America," (1972) and "Hunger USA." The development of Time Dollars is just one achievement in a career that, since the early 1960's, has been dedicated to achieving social justice for the disenfranchised. His own life is an example of dedication to strongly held principles and ideals, and he brings to audiences a powerful vision, sincere compassion, spontaneous humor, and the ability to inspire others.

Edgar Cahn is the originator of Time Dollars, the creator of the Co-Production principle, and the President and Founder of the Time Dollar USA. A compelling speaker, Edgar possesses the eloquence, passion, and sense of humor to inspire in his audiences a sense not only that social justice matters, but that it calls for immediate action. For over four decades, his own life has stood as a model for action and as a testament to his abiding concern for the rights, welfare, and dignity of the disenfranchised. " (http://www.timebanks.org/founder.htm)