Wendall Chin

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Template:TOCnestleft Wendall Chin is a Founding consultant TransGlobal Family Heritage Initiatives, Aug 2016 – Present, San Francisco Bay Area

Explores, analyzes, and establishes linkages and intersectionality between genealogy, social justice, family heritage, and global value. Focal areas include Canada, China, United States, with future ventures to Africa and the Caribbean.[1]


  • Oberlin College Bachelor of Arts Field Of StudyHistory; Chinese Language and Literature, 1988 – 1992.

Activities and Societies: Students for Financial Aid, Active member, 1992. Asian American Alliance (AAA),Co-Chair and Active member.

1. Chinese Language and Literature

  • Study one year abroad: Yunnan University, Kunming, China, and Taipei, Taiwan: 1989-90.

2. History, focus on contemporary US and Third World

  • elective courses on Asian American issues.[2]
  • California State University-East Bay

Master of Business Administration (MBA) Strategy and International Business option. 2012 – 2015.

Courses included: Globalization, Innovation, and Society; Global Strategies; Strategic Sustainability; Capstone on Business plan writing, evaluation, and execution; Corporate Finance; Operations and Supply Chain Management; Executive Leadership Management; Financial Accounting; Marketing Management; New Venture Development; Global economics; Business, Government, and Society; Information Technology Management, and more.[3]


Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA) - California, Alameda County Chapter Board member.[4]

World Financial Group

Jan 2018 – Present Oakland, California, Specialized educator for families in financial sustainability.

Associate at World Financial Group, Pinnacle Leadership Development Group. We focus on assisting 95% of society families to learn the principles of the 5%, manage assets and recreate value for their families and legacies. We are active in North America, Puerto Rico and expanding into Mexico.... [5]

Center for Third World Organizing

Transitional Director, Feb 2012 – Dec 2014 Oakland, CA.

National premier training institute on community organizing in communities of color.

Served as Acting Director, Co-Director, Development consultant. Primary responsibilities included: budget and financial management and institutional fundraising; program planning and development; staff, consultant, project, and board management.[6]

SUN Consulting and Associates

Director, Pacific West Region, Mar 2008 – Jan 2012.

SUN Consulting & Associates supports and strengthens community-based organizations, neighborhood associations, and community businesses by helping them improve their organizational environment.[7]

Central Labor Council, Alameda County

Coalition Director, Central Labor Council, Alameda County, AFL-CIO. Jan 2004 – Mar 2008.

Managed and served as laiason to over 130 affiliated unions representing 100,000 working families in support of campaigns for better contracts, legislation, political support, and membership engagement with community partners in the social, interfaith, and environmental justice arenas[8]

Chinese Progressive Association

Executive Director, Chinese Progressive Association (San Francisco). Jan 2000 – Mar 2002.

Fundraising, staff management and hiring, strategic planning, program oversight, board management[9]

Communities for a Better Environment

Communities for a Better Environment, Oct 1992 – Jan 2000. SAFER! Project Director. [10]

Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program

Wendall Chin is an alumni of the Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program.[11]

Lui Cheng 2007 American tour

The American Center for International Labor Solidarity and the National Labor College recently hosted Professor Liu Cheng for Shanghai Normal University to discuss the evolution of the new draft contract labor law in China. Cheng’s visit to the NLC on March 27th was the culmination of a multi-state tour meeting with union leaders and members of Congress.

For the report by Global Labor Strategies analyzing the impact of transnational corporations on the first draft of the Contract Law go to: UNDUE INFLUENCE: Corporation Gain Ground in Battle Over Chinas New Labor Law

Liu Cheng's tour included nearly 45 events over 17 days, in the Bay Area, Boston, Amherst, New York and Washington DC. A partial list of the many sponsoring organizations, and their key contact, includes:

Alameda County Central Labor Council, Oakland - Michael Eisenscher & Wendall Chin.

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