Inserso Launches SocialThought.org through its Community Outreach Program

Annandale, VA, November 22, 2002 - Inserso, a leading provider of eBusiness and web solutions for the non-profit community, announced today the launch of SocialThought.org, an online community for the Young Professionals Association (YPA). Inserso provided YPA with pro bono web development work through its Community Outreach Program, which is designed to support small non-profit organizations in need of professional technology solutions.

"We are extremely pleased to give back to the same community that has supported us over the years," said Joel Broyhill, Inserso's VP of Business Relations. "Knowing we can help advance the mission of non-profit clients through our innovative technology solutions is a very rewarding experience for each of us at Inserso."

The new site will help promote the activities and mission of YPA, while also serving as a central messaging center for its members.

"Since the start of the Young Professionals Association, the Inserso team has played an integral role in the development of our organization, noted RJ Lumba, President, YPA. "I am so grateful for their selfless dedication to building our web site and helping to accomplish our mission."

YPA is an association of academics and young professionals with a common goal to reduce the gap between wealthy and poor through innovative social thought in the fields of business, economics, medicine, law, sociology, technology, and education. The YPA was founded in 1998 in Washington D.C. Its forty members consist of accomplished young professionals throughout Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia. It was highly successful in its original goal of facilitating the involvement of young professionals in regional community service activities.