Richard Wang currently serves as the Vice President of Digital Marketing and Ecommerce at Trupanion, NASDAQ: TRUP. Previously, he was the CEO and business co-founder of Coding Dojo, an education technology company aiming to transform people's lives through programming literacy.
Richard also serves as a member of Central Washington University’s Foundation, a executive committee member of the Washington Opportunity Scholarships, and a board member of Canyonville Christian Academy.
Under Richard’s leadership, Coding Dojo has been recognized by GeekWire as one of the Seattle 10, a list of Seattle's hottest entrepreneurial ventures, and included in GeekWire’s list of the 200 most prominent up-and-coming startup companies in the Pacific Northwest.
Richard also received the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy Inclusive Innovation Award, while 425 Business magazine included Richard on its 30 Under 30 list.Previously, Richard was the founder of Mentor 2.0, and before that, worked at The Boeing Company as part of the global partners organization. While at Boeing, he served as the chief of staff and chief strategy analyst in rotational assignments for the executive managing director of Asia, helping strategy and policy initiatives related to China, India and Korea. He also served as a product manager, supporting the execution of Boeing’s supply chain predictive analytics systems.
As the first in his family to go to college, Richard attended Central Washington University to pursue a B.A. in Business Administration, specializing in supply chain and marketing management. In 2010, he received an executive certificate in international marketing strategy from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. In 2015, he completed the executive education program from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. Currently, he is pursuing an Executive MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern.