Legal Structure for What? Starting with the End in Mind
Now that you know your legal structure options, the question is: how do I choose the right one for me? In part two of this two-part series on legal structure, Blue Garnet Partner and Co-Founder Way-Ting Chen will outline the "impact thinking" mindset necessary to make this decision, and will share the Impact Statement, one tool you can use to guide your decision-making. [Part 1:
Legal Structure Options
Increase your comfort with and understanding of impact-driven decision making
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Way-Ting Chen has a passion for problem solving and generating breakthrough insights that lead to social impact. She bridges her knowledge and experience across the social, commercial and public sectors to identify strategic challenges, understand their fundamental causes and devise effective and practical solutions. Way-Ting has over 16 years of management consulting experience working with nonprofit organizations and corporate clients on addressing issues related to outcomes, impact and performance. She is also a regular speaker for national and regional audiences, on topics related to strategic and business planning, management and impact. Prior to this, she served as engagement manager at Booz Allen Hamilton (now Strategy&) in New York, where she led projects involving business strategy and organizational design and transformation for Fortune 500 clients.
Way-Ting is a Founding Partner and Board Director of Social Venture Partners (SVP) in Los Angeles. She served as Vice-Chair of the California Association of Nonprofits (CalNonprofits), and continues to sit on the advisory board of additional nonprofits. As adjunct faculty, she is co-teaching “Impact Thinking, Measurement and Evaluation” at Pepperdine University’s Masters program in Social Entrepreneurship and Change. Way-Ting holds an International MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a BA with honors in Economics and Political Science from Swarthmore College.