Jason Chang
Managing Director
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15+ years of experience partnering with companies to lead supply chain initiatives
Specializes in large-scale project management and supply chain services including strategic sourcing, manufacturing and vendor management
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Jason Chang is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal Corporate Performance Improvement in San Francisco. He specializes in large-scale project management and supply chain services including strategic sourcing, manufacturing and vendor management.

With more than 15 years of experience, he has worked in a variety of sectors including consumer packaged goods, manufacturing, food and beverage, high tech, healthcare, insurance, information technology, automotive services, medical devices, construction and pharmaceuticals.

Mr. Chang collaborates with organizations to build supply chain organizations and processes that optimize costs and deliver significant value. In his roles, he oversees extensive, multi-track cost take-out projects and supply chain optimizations that deliver double-digit savings percentages.

Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Chang held sales, operations and engineering positions for EFCO Corp, Pfizer, Inc., and Stryker Endoscopy. During his time at EFCO, he increased overall sales for his territory by 35 percent and supervised the operations team and $35 million in project portfolios. As a Quality Engineer for Stryker Endoscopy, Mr. Chang directed a team of quality control inspectors for a $30 million production line where he implemented a number of LEAN policies that reduced the average product repair time by 40 percent and the number of product returns by 25 percent.

Mr. Chang earned dual bachelor’s degrees in mechanical engineering and biosystems engineering from the University of Arizona, and a master’s degree in industrial and systems engineering from the University of Southern California. He is a certified Six Sigma Green Belt, Prosci Change Management practitioner, and is pursuing a MicroMasters in supply chain management from MIT.