Larry Chang received his M. Arch. from Yale University and is a registered architect who has worked across the U.S. on many commercial and residential projects. In 1999, he established SightWorks Architecture, his own practice committed to sustainability, accessibility, and healthy buildings. On the academic side, he has taught at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Savannah College of Art & Design, and City College San Francisco. Currently, he is the manager of Building Efficiency for a Sustainable Tomorrow (BEST) Center, which is funded by a major grant from the National Science Foundation; based at Laney College in Oakland, CA, he promotes and helps to develop environmental control technology, building automation, and energy management educational programs at community colleges nationwide. In addition, Larry is collaborating on national STEM partnerships with ACE Mentor Program and USGBC’s Center for Green Schools. In his spare time, he likes to ride his bike and advocate for local clean energy projects.