Christina Chang holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Wellesley College. She has more than eight years’ experience working at the intersection of social justice, community-building and policymaking in government and the non-profit sector in New York City. Christina has worked as a community liaison to the Manhattan Borough President, as an advocacy coordinator for a local NGO serving low-income Asian immigrants, and as an immigration policy manager for a coalition of nearly 200 groups in the state of New York. She was also a Fulbright teaching assistant in South Korea, and a board member for a progressive political action group representing Asian-American voters. At the Hertie School, her coursework focused on impact evaluations, quantitative methods and participatory approaches to community development. During her studies, she interned at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center.
Master’s thesis title
Participatory soccer as a way to empower marginalised groups?
Partner Organisations: Berlin Social Science Center, streetfootballworld gGmbH