Intersection was one of the early adopters of fiscal sponsorship for the arts. When Frances Phillips was the Executive Director back in the 1980s, she and a cohort of other folks worked on developing and articulating the models for fiscal sponsorship and establishing...“In 1994, Intersection had had a near-death experience. But funders bailed it out. It was in chaos, so it was lovely to reinvent from scratch. I was so behind the curve, and it was great to get on my feet at the same time as the organization. I didn’t know...Intersection for the Arts moved to a shared leadership model that distributes vision, responsibility, trust, and decision-making across a diverse staff that is led by Executive Co-Directors Allison Snopek and Scott Nielsen.…with all of our coworking members in tow.In 2011, we moved to the 5M space in the San Francisco Chronicle Building on Mission Street in SoMa. This space becomes coworking for organizations and projects working in arts and culture.