Mina Chang is Chief Executive Officer and President of Linking the World International.

As the eldest child of two Salvation Army Commanding Officers, Mina was immersed in inner-city social programs and world mission projects and got a first-hand look at how these efforts can save and change lives. Her childhood exposed her to the entire economic spectrum around the world. As a child, she did not see poverty-stricken children of disaster areas as any different from herself, but she instinctively knew they needed help. As a graduate of the University of the Nations, Mina studied development and aid practices with the goal of one day dedicating her life to becoming a full-time aid worker. Mina is a graduate of the Executive Nonprofit Leadership Program at Southern Methodist University... Read More..

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Mina Chang on Fox for Linking the World

Mina Chang on Fox for Linking the World with ESPN/Fox Sports anchor, Hall of Famer and Olympian Nancy Lieberman and with John Rhadigan. Share:

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North Texas volunteers head to Philippines to help typhoon victims

By: Natalie Solis While many will enjoy Christmas with family this month, some North Texans will be heading into parts of the Philippines hit hard by last month’s typhoon. The trip will deliver desperately needed supplies and even some Christmas cheer, and it has extra special meaning for the woman leading the charge. The Dallas-based […]

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Mina Chang Keynote at D Magazine

D Magazine CEO event addressing over 160 Texas corporation CEOs as the Y Texas National Campaign by CEOLINK is announced. With Ed Curtis and Donnie Nelson Theme is “Why Texas” as CEO LINK welcomes chief executive officers who are new to Texas. HIGH IMPACT Y Texas and CEOLINK partners with Linking the World to advance […]

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LINKING THE WORLD PROMOTES QUALITY EDUCATION IN HAITI

In Haiti, the education system both promotes and ameliorates conflict. At Linking the World, we are embarking on a unique challenge to implement educational initiatives in Haiti that help empower local communities, engage children and families, and promote peace. We aim to do so not only through our own efforts but also with the involvement […]

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A CLOSER LOOK: WHY HAITI STILL NEEDS OUR HELP

In our last post, we discussed why we help struggling nations such as Haiti. We laid out some idealistic and pragmatic reasons for doing so, but you may now be thinking, “Haven’t we already given Haiti enough? Where did all that money go?” Empty Promises: Generous Pledges Go Unfulfilled First, all is not as it […]

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LENDING A HELPING HAND TO OUR NEIGHBORS IN HAITI: WHY SHOULD WE CARE?

Consider the following situation in Haiti: • Haiti is the third hungriest country in the world. • Haiti is the poorest country in the Western hemisphere. • Seventy-eight percent of Haitians live on less than $2 US per day. • Haiti’s adult literacy rate is about 62 percent. • Haiti ranks 149 out of 182 […]

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Brain Cancer Diagnosis – A Personal Message

Let’s start with “why.” I believe the purpose of my life is to serve as a light for others – to foster hope and be a force of compassion. But recently, I have encountered a personal challenge that threatens my ability to be that light for others. A little over three months ago, I was […]

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