Brian L. Chin is a specialist in urban planning and program management. his B L Chinexperience encompasses obtaining project approvals and land use entitlements through municipalities and regulatory agencies. he has also been involved in a broad range of activities to revitalize communities, including strategy formulations, feasibility analysis, agency and team coordination, proforma analysis, and program documentation. In addition he has assisted nonprofit organizations, and developers in evaluating the feasibility of affordable housing projects.

Other experience include managing the United States office of international resort development company, which required supervising a staff of eight. Performed analysis, organized plans for a large scale destination resort and theme park in Taitung, Taiwan. Analyzed current market trends in the resort, tourism hotel, casino gaming, and themed entertainment industry. Analyzed and reviewed zoning, environmental, and international development laws in preparation for planning the resort layout construction. Negotiated and reviewed consulting contracts and proposals with architect, designers, and engineers.

Current projects include YMCA Job Corps Urban Campus, Catholic Charities Women's Village Phase III, Urban Housing Communities, New Village Charter School, Salvation Army, Saint Anne's Maternity Home, 1010 Development Corp., Loyola Marymount University, Sodexo Corporation, Norse Dairy Mixed Use Project, Center BMW, Discount Tire Centers, and a US consultant and liaison for various technology projects for Scinet Corporation located in Tokyo, Japan.

Mr. Chin's community involvement include: The Asian Caucus Chair for The Ethnic Coalition of Southern California, and the Oralingua School for the Hearing Impaired where he currently serves as the Vice President of the Board of Trustees.

He holds a Master's degree in Urban Planning from the University of Southern California (School of Planning Policy and Development) with an emphasis on public / private mixed enterprise planning and a Bachelor's degree in Geography and Urban Studies from California State University at Los Angeles. he has also attended UCLA as a Political Science Major.