Who is Mina Chang?

Mina Chang is an American politician, singer, and activist, who since April 2019 has been the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations, a bureau of the United States Department of State. She is also the former CEO of the nonprofit organization "Linking The World". She is now drawn at the hot topic of being fabricating her resume of a higher class degree from Harvard Business School and having a past role on a UN panel, and appear on the front cover of Time magazine.

What race is Mina Chang?

Mina Chang the Korean-American child of two Salvation Army officers, grew up in Atlanta. The change was born as Mina Trinity Chang in 1994 in Washington DC. The USA. She is American by nationality and her religion is Christianity. Chang has two sisters, Abigal and Sony chang. Further information on her childhood life and parents are still under speculation. She completed her high school for the University of Nations, Southern Methodist University. She got a degree in Advanced Management Program from Harvard Business School. In 2017, she graduated from United States Army War School and Harvard Kennedy School.

What is Mina Chang Alma mater controversy?

On November 12, 2019, NBC News reported that Chang had "embellished her résumé with misleading claims about her professional background" prior to joining the United States Department of State, claiming to be an alumna of Harvard Business School, a former chief of staff of a nonprofit (INGO), have a role on a UN panel, and appear on the front cover of Time magazine. Moreover, he states that she claimed to have spoken at both Democratic and Republican national conventions, and implied she had testified before Congress.

What does Mina Chang do?

Initially, Chang performed as a pop singer, touring internationally and recording albums in English and Korean. During this time she did volunteer work in relief efforts, which led her to join the nonprofit organization "Linking the World". She became the president and CEO of that company, consolidating and relocating the offices to Dallas in Prior to 2010. In May 2013, Chang was diagnosed with brain cancer and underwent chemotherapy for a year. She overcomes the illness. In April 2019, Chang was appointed deputy assistant secretary in the U.S. State Department's Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations and stepped down from her CEO position. Prior to this appointment, the Trump administration announced an intent to nominate her for a more senior position in the U.S. Agency for International Development. The nomination was submitted to the U.S. Senate in January 2019, then withdrawn in September 2019.

Who is Mina Chang Husband?

Mina Chang is a married woman. She is married to Jake Harriman who is the founder of Nuru International, a social venture that primarily works in Kenya, Ethiopia, and the USA. Chang was married before. She and her ex-husband have a daughter, Trinity (born 2008), named after Mina’s middle name. Further information on family and personal life is not much investigated.

What is Mina Chang's net worth?

As of 2018, Mina Chang's net worth is estimated at $4.5 million. Her average salary is still not revealed. Her major source of income is from her political career. She is the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations, a bureau of the United States Department of State so she must have been undertaking many big projects and so her salary must be in a decent amount. Previously, before running for government posts she was a singer as well. Further information on her cars and houses are still under review.

How tall is Mina Chang?

Chang is now running on her 35. She still looks dashingly beautiful and attractive. The politician and activist, Chang has a height of 5ft 5inche stall. She has a slim body so her body mass is just 59kg. She has brown eyes and black hair. She has a straight sexual orientation. Her other physical characteristics and measurements are still under review.