Project Examples

Change Corporation has helped Fortune 500 companies change the way they operate by coaching leaders for casting inspiring visions for building excitement and momentum. We have prepared employees and their stakeholders for numerous changes, thereby improving company safety, culture, and morale. And, we have helped re-engineer business processes to prepare for dramatically different ways of working.


Alternative Energy Group – 2022

Executed stakeholder engagement and communications for a Biodiversity project, educating city employees and engaging key stakeholders (City Management, Bio Developers, Feedstock Specialists, Loan Advisors, Political expert grant writers) on the topic of Bioeconomy Development Opportunities (BDO’s) designated by the federal government, which attract investors to rural communities


Lingua De Cosmos - 2022

Helped start-up business launch first eCommerce products by building a unique and innovative website offering high-quality courses on U.S. Civics and English Speaking for immigrants applying for U.S. citizenship. Recruited and managed team of WordPress developers, photographers, writers, designers, and analysts. Developed eLearning products, including scripts. Ran focus groups. See the project results here:


Phillips 66 - 2020

Prepared Phillips 66 for meeting new level of customer service needs driven by the Gray Oak Pipeline ($2.5 billion crude oil project)


Sumitomo Corporation - 2019

Heightened multicultural awareness among U.S. and Japanese employees in Houston office via three-day intercultural workshop for Sumitomo Corporation (Fortune 500 Global Trading and Investment Company)



Prepared 10,000 end users at LyondellBasell for SAP upgrade with tailor-made and attractive training communications that generated enthusiasm and participation


Chevron - 2012, 2013

Raised visibility of IT and Information Management (IM) discipline at Chevron and strengthened interpersonal connections so that major capital project IM and IT practitioners, engineers and suppliers across 45 global projects could recognize, learn, and adopt best practices for efficient long-term operations