Daniel Jin was an award-winning journalist. He contributed regularly to the Berkshire Eagle, covering state politics and government in western Massachusetts. Additionally, Daniel majored in American Studies at Williams College while riding for their cycling team.
At Elevate ENT Partners, he used Power BI and SQL to craft allergy marketing campaign lead presentations, while acting as Data Analytics Manager responsible for creating physician performance metrics and reporting.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Jin was born in Korea and moved with his family to the US at age 2. Since then he has received his MFA in Theater from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, performing in numerous plays ranging from Shakespearean classics to improv productions.
In 2004, he became well-known for his portrayal of Jin Kwon on ABC television series Lost. For this role, he quickly relearned Korean – something he hadn’t spoken much since high school – before returning to it at work.
Professor Jin conducts research in crisis communication, strategic conflict management and health risk communication. Her works have been featured in leading journals of public relations and communication studies. As Fulbright Specialist she collaborated with scholars and researchers worldwide while at Grady College teaching PR Research, Administration Campaigns and AdPR Health courses.
He currently works as a staff writer for the Berkshire Eagle, covering Massachusetts government and politics as well as writing local arts and feature pieces. Before joining, he served as editor-in-chief for Williams College student newspaper the Williams Record, while contributing his writing to both Christian Science Monitor and Boston Globe publications. Born and raised in western Massachusetts, he attended Williams College where he rode for its cycling team before graduating with a degree in American studies.
Achievement and Honors
Dr. Jin has managed public relations, crisis communication, strategic conflict management and health and risk communication projects for institutions including the Arthur W. Page Society, University of Jyvaskyla in Finland, Aalto University Finland and Northumbria University UK. Additionally, he received the 2014 Krieghbaum Under-40 Award from the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Jin was one of the remaining survivors on the island, along with Sawyer, Hurley, Miles, Kate and Sayid. His relationship with Sun was often hindered by their inability to communicate in English as well as overprotective and controlling traits; their brief reunion following time travel in 2007 however proved short lived due to two Others attacking them shortly afterwards.
Daniel Jinich remains private despite his success in business, choosing not to share details of his personal life on social media and preferring to keep his family out of the limelight.
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Since 1996, Daniel Dae Kim and wife Janelle have been happily together. Together they have three sons. Daniel Dae Kim can be seen starring as one of Hawaii Five-O’s detectives as well as performing in multiple Broadway productions of ‘The King and I.’ He has received multiple awards for his talents onscreen and off.
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At present, this actor boasts a net worth of $10 Million which was amassed through his acting skills and talent. He has appeared in multiple movies and tv series and remains popular with his fans for his endearing personality as well as impressive dancing and singing abilities.