Primary Role
President at FMYI
Johns Hopkins University

Person Details


Justin Yuen is President of FMYI [for my innovation], a collaboration software company with a sustainability commitment. Clients have included Nike, Sony, Aflac, Fox, HBO, Hyatt, Disney, Office Depot, Target, Martha Stewart, Scholastic, Macy's, and thousands of other companies, government agencies, universities, and nonprofits. FMYI is the 13th fastest growing private company in Oregon and has been covered by the New York Times, Businessweek, GigaOM, CMSWire, BNET, Web Worker Daily,, The Oregonian, and more. Justin was named to the Portland Business Journal's "40 Under 40" rising stars and the 2011 Pivotal Clean Technology Business Leaders lists. Before launching the company, he was a Senior Manager in Corporate Sustainable Development at Nike, Inc. Prior to that, Justin was Nike's head of Footwear Quality for the Europe/Middle East/Africa region in the Netherlands.

Justin is a member of the Metro Portland Community Investment Initiative Leadership Council. He is on the Board of the Bicycle Transportation Alliance, Portland Parks Foundation, the Northwest Earth Institute, and the National Crittenton Foundation.

Previously, Justin was Chair of the Board of Directors of the Natural Step Network, the Multnomah County Advisory Committee on Sustainability and Innovation, Co-Chair of the Portland/Multnomah County Sustainable Development Commission, the Advisory Board of the University of Michigan’s Erb Institute For Global Sustainable Business, Portland State University’s Implementing Sustainability Program, and the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.

Justin has a degree in International Studies from The Johns Hopkins University and attended the Columbia Business School Executive Education program. He has been a speaker at Portland State University, Oregon State University, University of Portland, the US Army, Pentagon, NASA, Globe (Vancouver, Canada), Profitable Sustainability Conference, Oregon Entrepreneurs Forum, Net Impact National Conference (Columbia University and Cornell University), Sustainable Leadership Academy, Internet Professionals Northwest, Sustainable Business Symposium, City of Eugene, the Design Workshop, GoGreen, Project Management Institute, Association of Climate Change Officers, Action for a Sustainable America, the State of Oregon, Fortune Brainstorm Green, GreenBiz Innovation Forum, Successful Online Business Conference, and the White House's GreenGov.

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