JUSTIN P. CLARK has over a dozen years of nonprofit and fundraising experience, with expertise in online fundraising, finding sources of income, email communication strategy, relationship management, and data management. Justin concentrates on developing or assessing current income development plans by investigating new funding strategies, developing corporate or grant funding pipelines, and integrating fundraising messages into website, email, and social media communication. Justin also helps nonprofit organizations assess their data management needs and intended outcomes so that they can make informed decisions that produce effective and efficient communication.
Prior to starting Social Change Consulting, Justin worked as a Community Income Director at the American Cancer Society and was responsible for multi-year income strategies for five business units generating $2.65 million in annual revenue. When he’s not trying to save the world, Justin is likely watching his beloved Los Angeles Clippers.
ADAM CHANG has a decade of nonprofit program experience in a variety of sectors including refugee resettlement, legal advocacy, civil rights education and awareness, LGBTQ organizing, HIV education, and gender awareness. Adam is committed to youth empowerment and has worked with both high school and college aged youth for the past seven years. Adam’s expertise lies in program development, implementation, and assessment. He is known to think outside of the box to help organizations identify key strategies to achieve program goals. Adam also has experience in grant writing and reporting.
Before joining Social Change Consulting Adam was in law school and is now licensed with the Hawaii State Bar. Adam is dedicated to supporting underrepresented populations including domestic violence victims, undocumented migrants, and foster youth. Adam’s most recent publication is a co-authored law review article titled “Gender In/sight: Examining Culture and Constructions of Gender.”
Adam is a foster parent and loves creating art.