Jeff Chu is an award-winning editor at Fast Company. Formerly a writer and editor at Time and Conde Nast Portfolio. His eclectic portfolio includes stories on megahit-making Swedish songwriters (a piece for which he went clubbing in Stockholm); James Bond (for which he stood on a Spanish beach and watched Halle Berry emerge from the waves over and over and over); undercover missionaries in the Arab world (he traveled to North Africa and went to church); and the decline of Christianity in Europe (he prayed).Jeff was born in California and went to high school at Miami's Westminster Christian, where he sat behind Alex Rodriguez in Mr. Warner’s world history class. A graduate of Princeton and the London School of Economics, Jeff has received fellowships from the Phillips Foundation, the French-American Foundation, and Harvard Divinity School.Jeff loves the San Francisco 49ers, the Book of Ecclesiastes, and clementines. He detests marzipan.The nephew and grandson of Baptist preachers, he is an elder at Old First Reformed Church in Brooklyn, New York.