Change.org Stock

change.orgConsumer ApplicationsFounded: 2007Funding to Date: $61.44MM

Change.org is the developer of a social change platform designed to allow anyone to start a campaign and immediately mobilize hundreds of others locally or hundreds of thousands around the world, making governments and companies more responsive and accountable.

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Team

Management Team

Benjamin Rattray
Co-Founder, Board Member and Chief Executive Officer
Benjamin Joffe-Walt
Chief Operating Officer
Mark Dimas
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer & Chief Engineer
Ajay Taneja
International Finance Controller
Gemma Mortensen
Chief Global Officer

Board Members

Allen Blue
Chris Bishko
Omidyar Network
Joe Greenstein
Rajiv Gupta Ph.D
Reid Hoffman
Sarah Imbach

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News

Change.org, the global petition platform, raised an over $30m funding round. The round was led by Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn, with participation from Bill Gates and Sam Altman. In conjunction with the funding, Nancy Lublin, founder of Crisis Text Line, Allen Blue, a product leader and co-founder of LinkedIn, Sarah Imbach, a COO at …
LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman announced today that he's making a big bet on Change.org, the site for social justice petitions. Hoffman is leading a $30 million round, with other investors including big names like Bill Gates and Y Combinator president Sam Altman.