Sam ChangPublished June 15, 2020 | By , Sam was exposed to the dynamics of business growing up in a family of entrepreneurs. This allowed him to gain practical, day-to-day knowledge needed for the successful operation of an enterprise that would later be combined with a more formal business education.He recently sold his corporate logo apparel company which he cofounded and operated for over 20 years. The company became one of the largest operations in the D.C. metropolitan region, and was a key vendor to the largest supplier of printed apparel in the United States.Sam also has a real estate and finance background. While in college, he purchased his first real estate property and held a Massachusetts Real Estate license. Additionally, he was a Series 7 and 63 licensed investment broker with Shearson Lehman Hutton.He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Concentration in International Business) from Boston University, and completed the Professional Development Program in Business Administration at Georgetown University. Additionally, he has completed the Minority Executive Education program at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business, and The YEO Entrepreneurial Program at Stanford Graduate School of Business.Sam was selected to be a part of the Birthing of Giants program held jointly by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Enterprise Forum, Inc. Magazine, and EO (formerly known as YEO – Young Entrepreneur’s Organization). Since participating in the program, Sam has also served on numerous boards and community organizations.Through the utilization of his diverse background, education, experiences, and common sense approach, Sam can assist business owners to develop a plan for the future. Whether it is through a merger, acquisition, or sale of a business, his insight and practical knowledge can provide maximum benefit for his clients.Sam lives in Northern Virginia with his wife and three kids. He enjoys all things sports and is a certified Advanced Open Water Scuba Diver. He also generally maintains a 4.2 GHIN index.