Having spent her formative years in Vancouver and San Francisco, Ariana Chang is currently based in Taipei. She is an Assistant Professor in the Business Administration Department at the Fu Jen Catholic University. She teaches business ethics, social entrepreneurship and fashion management. Her research interests include CSR and social entrepreneurship. Given her multidisciplinary approach to her studies, she is regularly invited for talks on CSR and ethical consumption.
Professor Chang also obtained M.Mus and B.Mus degrees from the University of British Columbia. In her spare time, she enjoys music and art history.
07 Jun 2017
This session will highlight the importance of collaboration among universities and a range of stakeholders in the social investment space to grow the impact of the social enterprises and social entrepreneurs that have been cultivated at the university level. This session will also look at some of the existing challenges in forging such partnerships for further collaboration and dynamism across the entire ecosystem.