Joseph Zhang
Engagement Manager and San Francisco Office Lead

Joseph has over a decade of social sector experience, working with nonprofits and foundations as a strategist, fundraiser, and marketer. Prior to joining Camber, Joseph advised social enterprises through capacity building assistance as a Farber Fellow with REDF, a venture philanthropy firm. Before that, he managed development and fundraising efforts at iMentor, a national college success nonprofit supporting first-generation students. He is also the founder of Project Ava, a nonprofit that supports underrepresented communities in sharing their stories.

Joseph received his MBA from UC Berkeley, where he focused on social sector leadership. He also holds a BS in International Business from the University of Denver and studied international relations at King’s College London (KCL). Outside of work, you will find Joseph exploring the Bay Area food scene and playing classic Tetris competitively on his original NES.

Posts by Joseph Zhang

Camber Alum Interview: Vanessa Laughlin

Read our Q&A with Camber alum, Vanessa Laughlin. Vanessa founded Banister Advisors, a professional services firm that helps clients gracefully navigate some of life’s most overwhelming circumstances.
By: Joseph Zhang

Why is Interest in Economic Mobility Growing in the U.S.?

Initially drawn to economic mobility as a social impact issue, many stakeholders have been compelled to take action on economic mobility in the face of three longstanding trends: persistently high poverty rates, new evidence of declining economic mobility, and unsustainable levels of wealth concentration. We discuss these trends and how stakeholders can engage more meaningfully.
By: Marc Allen, Joseph Zhang