K&KK&P 2016-2020: Guiding Values-driven Procurement by Institutions and Corporations
Karen Karp and Senior Consultant Ben Kerrick talk about the period between 2016 and 2020 and KK&P’s long history of guiding values-driven procurement by institutions and corporations. Read More.
K&P 2011-2015: How KK&P’s Implementation Capacity Sets It Apart
KK&P’s Good People division is unique among food systems consultancies. Here’s how Karen and former KK&P Senior Consultant Emily Sandusky, who has recently returned to the company to support our research, talk about the period between 2011 and 2015 and how KK&P’s implementation capacity sets it apart from other consultancies. Read More.
KK&P: 2006-2010: Why KK&P Added a Good People Division
KK&P’s Good People division is unique among food systems consultancies. Here’s how it got started. Read More.
KK&P: 2001-2005: When the “Local Foods” Movement Really Started Happening
Karen Karp and Senior Consultant Shayna Cohen reflect on 2001-2005 in KK&P’s history, including Karen’s return to the U.S., and the beginning of the local food movement in this country. Read More.
Karen Karp and Teresa Lynch Discuss Economic Development in the Food Industry
Karen Karp recently spoke with economist Teresa Lynch about their collaboration over the past decade, how it started, why it’s unique, and how it delivers value to our clients. Read More.
KK&P 1996 – 2000: A Short Stint in England Informs & Shapes KK&P’s Work for Decades to Come
Founder Karen Karp talks about her decision to pursue graduate school in England, expanding KK&P’s work further up the food supply chain and more in this look back at the company’s history. Read More.
A Look at the Early Years of KK&P (1990-1995)
Karen Karp talks about the history of KK&P, her motivation for starting the company and the work still left to do. Read More.
Karen Karp & Partners Celebrates 30 Years in Business
This May we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of Karen Karp & Partners. Read More.