Mitty Chang, Creative Director and Founder of Candeavor
Posted by Carol Hutchinson on Feb 02, 2017
Guest Speaker: Friday March 3, 2017
Location: The National Club, 303 Bay Street
Topic: The Future of Membership
-Making Clubs More Open to Young Professionals
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Mitty Chang is the Creative Director and Founder of Candeavor, a digital marketing and design agency based in the San Francisco bay area. As a millennial, Mitty grew up during the internet high tech boom during the turn of the century. His entrepreneurial spirit started young. Mitty built his first website while in the fourth grade, and began his first business as a freelance web designer while in the seventh grade. Over 15 years later, Mitty continues designing and developing websites professionally, while giving back to his community through Rotary.
Mitty joined the Rotary family 13 years ago as an Interactor. He later graduated into Rotaract and chartered two Rotaract Clubs -- one at the University of California, Davis and one in his hometown of Fremont, California. For 8 years, Mitty helped build Rotaract-- serving a variety of positions from Rotaract Club President to Rotaract District Governor. He has spoken to Rotarians and Rotaractors in Canada, Portugal, Thailand, Australia, Brazil, Korea, and through the USA on Rotaract and attracting young professionals into Rotary.
A food lover and an avid traveler, Mitty is currently president of the Rotary eClub of Silicon Valley. Mitty is also Founder and Chair of Big West Rotaract MDIO's Board of Trustees. Big West Rotaract is the Rotary Zone 25/26 leadership organization for Rotaract, training Rotaract clubs on the west coast of the USA. Mitty is also a member of the Rotary International Rotaract and Interact Committee, and is the Chair of the 2017 Rotaract Preconvention and Rotaract Host Organizing Committee in Atlanta, Georgia this June.