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Campaign Manager, State House to White House Initiative

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Chris Chyung is the campaign manager for the State House to White House Initiative at American Progress. As a member of the Indiana House of Representatives, Chyung served on the committees for Veterans Affairs and Public Safety, Roads and Transportation, and Financial Institutions; and he was ranking minority member of the Local Government Committee.

Chyung holds a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering from Columbia University and sits on the board of directors of Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Indiana.

Latest by Chris Chyung

How States Can Use the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law To Enhance Their Climate Action Efforts Report

How States Can Use the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law To Enhance Their Climate Action Efforts

Instead of a one-size-fits-all approach to climate action, state, local, and tribal governments can leverage custom, flexible solutions through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

Meredith Alexander, Hannah Argento-McCurdy, Aimee Barnes, 3 More Chris Chyung, Camile Cleveland, Diana Madson

Fighting Climate Change, From Capitol Hill to City Hall Report
Climate activists rally for action.

Fighting Climate Change, From Capitol Hill to City Hall

This report details case studies from six states and two cities to help inform how the United States can enact a whole-of-government approach to climate action.

Hannah Argento-McCurdy, Aimee Barnes, Chris Chyung, 2 More Camile Cleveland, Diana Madson

A Single Courageous State: Climate, Jobs, and Justice, Episode 3 Video

A Single Courageous State: Climate, Jobs, and Justice, Episode 3

Sean O’Leary of the Ohio River Valley Institute, Nancy Hirsh of the NW Energy Coalition and member of the Centralia Coal Transition Board, and Emmett Pepper of Energy Efficient West Virginia discuss how the retirement of a coal plant successfully led to local economic development and how the Centralia model can apply to other communities.

Chris Chyung, Hai-Lam Phan