Ingrid Stange is Founder and Chair of Partnership for Change (PfC) and the PfC Social Innovation Fund, and is leading the effort to foster a greater culture of philanthropy and corporate social responsibility in Norway. She serves on the board of directors of a number of organizations promoting social innovation, developing sustainable business in challenged countries, and meeting climate challenges. She serves on the advisory board of the Oslo Center for Peace and Human Rights, the Sahara Forest Project and Ashoka Norway, is associate fellow at the World Academy of Art and Science, and a board member of Queen Sonja’s International music competition. She has focused on social business and venture philanthropy for the past 25 years, introducing the Montessori School system in Norway and establishing several foundations focusing on dignity for challenged children and youth. She also serves on the board of several private and state owned companies, and as deputy chair of the leading think tank in Norway, Civita. She holds an MSc from the Norwegian School of Economics and an MBA from UC Berkeley.