Bryna Chang is a Lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business where she teaches a course on problem solving and creativity. Her most recent operational experience was as Founder of Waverley Ridge, where she incubated several entrepreneurial concepts, including the development of a quinoa-based snack for retail sale. She also consulted to Three Trees Foods, an artisanal almondmilk company, assisting the startup with strategy, HR management, and general operations. Prior to that, she spent almost ten years at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She was the Director of the MBA Program Office, where she ran operations, strategy, curriculum management, and communications. She also served as the acting director of the Public Management Program (now part of the Center for Social Innovation). Additional experience includes internet product management at Campus Pipeline, which built intranets for colleges and universities, and as a management consultant with The Boston Consulting Group.
In addition to her work at the GSB, Bryna is the President of the Board of Directors of the Silicon Valley Boychoir. She is an active volunteer in the Palo Alto Unified School District, serving on various PTA executive boards, the district Report Card Committee, and chairing the Hoover Elementary School Site Council.
Bryna received a B.S. in Biological Sciences with Honors and Distinction and an MBA, both from Stanford University. Her outside interests include environmental issues, hiking, skiing, cooking, and of course, eating.