Connie Y. Chang, PhD – Dissertation Consultant and Statistician
Connie earned a PhD is Higher Education and Organizational Change from University of California, Los Angeles. She also has a M.S.Ed in Higher Education from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. in Human Development from University of California, San Diego. Her areas of interest include race and racial identity, multicultural education, campus racial climate, race conscious admissions, and education policy. Connie has worked in higher education for over a decade in various roles such as student affairs, multicultural affairs, a research analyst, and adjunct professor. She has experience teaching in Asian American Studies and Higher Education, publishing in top tier journals such as Educational Research and The Review of Higher Education, and conducting both qualitative and quantitative research projects. Connie is passionate about supporting others through their dissertation journey and enjoys providing support in any way big or small – from technical things such as research design, problem statements, research questions, data analysis to the motivation side of things such as goal setting, productive writing sessions, and encouragement.