Sharon Chang is a Co-Founder and serves as the Media Advisor at LQD WiFi. She is also a Co-Founder and serves as the CCO at Smiletime. She served as Director of Governance Committee at Liberty & Justice. She also serves as Managing Trustee at Ted Tai-Sen Lin Charitable Foundation. Since assuming the role of Managing Trustee of TTSL Charitable Foundation, Sharon has introduced many fresh ideas to facilitate meaningful collaborations between the commercial and nonprofit worlds. She refined and narrowed the focus of TTSL's grant giving to organizations that address environmental and social issues through creative solutions. In 2009, she began incubating new concepts that eventually led to the development of Yoxi. Formerly the Chief Creative Officer of 19 Entertainment - best known as the company that created American Idol - she headed a creative think tank and strategic operations from 19's New York offices. She is a Partner at THNK School of Creative Leadership, serves on the Board of Trustees of New York University; and is a board member of a number of non-profit organizations, technology startups, and social ventures. She holds a BA in Studio Art and Graphic Communications from NYU and a Master's in Interactive Telecommunications from Tisch School of the Arts. Her alma maters also include The Royal College of Art in London and Columbia University's School of Architecture.