Bryant Cheng has over ten years of experience as a development professional working in the human rights, museum, historic site, and memory initiative spheres. At Climate Resolve, Bryant works with multiple departments to assist in fundraising efforts, events, and engages in comprehensive research for funding opportunities, along with assisting in writing grant proposals and project status reports. He works to formulate and implement new methods to engage with donors and the public, leveraging the use of the organization’s database and maintaining and updating its contents.
Prior to joining the Climate Resolve team, Bryant worked at the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience where he worked to raise funds for the only worldwide network dedicated to transforming places that preserve the past into dynamic spaces that promote civic action on contemporary human rights and social justice struggles. Before that, he developed his data management and writing skills at the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City, and at Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Bryant is a New England native and he enjoys reading, dancing, exploring new tastes, and generally rockin’ out with his wife and daughter Djuna.