Nancy Chang


Nancy Chang joined the Goodwill of the Olympics and Rainer Region as the Director of Digital Navigation Services in March of 2022 to oversee the Washington State Commerce Department’s Broadband Office’s Digital Equity Grant to bridge the digital divide in the 39 counties in Washington through Goodwill Connect, a digital equity collaborative. 

Nancy has over 20 years of experience working as a culture shifter in social impact roles centering on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Nancy grew up in rural Washington as a first-generation Asian-American and recognized the importance of digital equity work in providing opportunities for personal and professional development. 

Nancy has had a unique career journey working in various roles as an arts and cultural administrator, educator, consultant, thought leader, and trainer. She is well known for her gender equity work as the co-founder of Skate Like a Girl, a non-profit that created space to address gender and racial equity in skateboarding, and as the Executive Director of Reel Grrls, whose mission was to support young people to explore, critique, and author media through a feminist lens. 

She is a founding board member of the Womxn’s Creative Industries Meet-up, centering womxn of color in the field of the creative economy.   Nancy is the co-author of a chapter that examines equity in after-school programs in a practitioner book: Feminist Interventions in Participatory Media: Pedagogy, Publics, Practice. A facilitator, trainer, and panelist for various equity discussions, Nancy most recently facilitated racial equity discussions for the National Art Education Association's Museum Division. She served on the City of Seattle’s Office of Arts and Culture’s CARE grant panel. 

Nancy is a double alumnus of the University of Washington, where she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master in Public Administration.