Christopher Chang

Chris brings extensive experience supporting clients in measuring and advancing their social impact goals. He has worked with foundations and non-profit organizations on a wide range of issues including K-12 education, early childhood learning, hunger alleviation, journalism and democracy, and workforce development. Chris brings experience in qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis methodologies, crafting measurement frameworks, and developing and implementing strategic plans.

Chris holds an MBA from the University of Washington’s Michael G. Foster School of Business with a Management Science specialization and ESG certificate. Chris is an avid outdoorsman, angler, and amateur mechanic; when not working he can be found out in the mountains or working on the vehicles that get him there.

Posts by Christopher Chang

COP28: Adaptation, and Intersectionality

The 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) kicked off in Dubai on November 30th, providing an opportunity for key stakeholders from UN member states, NGO’s, environmental experts, and the private sector to come together to address our current climate crisis. Here are some of what was top of mind as we headed there.
By: Christopher Chang, zack henderson