Short Intro Hi! My name is Sung Min Lee. I am a skilled professional within the media and tech industry who strives for success and constantly being up-to-date with current events in social media, mobile technology, and digital marketing.
Where Have You Been I graduated from Brooklyn College with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Broadcast Journalism. Throughout the years, I've worked in diverse positions that each offered a different set of skills, ranging from being a teacher, producer, journalist, and smartphone analyst.
Where Are You Currently, I am a Media Manager at a non-profit called COOP which trains skilled individuals into the field of digital marketing. Here, I am learning all the latest knowledge in Excel, HTML/CSS, Search Engine Optimization, Search Engine Marketing and Paid Social.
Where Are You Going My goal is to lead toward a successful career using all the skills I have developed along with vast experiences I have accumulated over the years.
- I can think outside the box.
- I can find multiple solutions to a single question.
- I can work well with others in teamwork.
1 Learning Target
I can converse intelligently about the importance of SEO, SEM and various social platforms.
2 Companies I really admire and Why
Disney has been a part of my life as long as I can remember. Growing up, I was heavily influenced by different movies and cartoons that gave positive messages to audience of all ages. Today, Disney is one of the biggest owned media companies in the world, continuing to influence through many aspects of our daily lives.
Twitch is an online live streaming platform where broadcasters can release and perform their content in real-time with viewer interaction live. As a live broadcaster, I consider Twitch as my second hobby, influencing many individuals around the world with my creative content and entertainment.
Let me tell you about my time in South Korea
Setting the stage. Several years ago, I traveled to Korea to become an English teacher to teach three different elementary schools ranging from ages 6 to 11. The South Korean government had created a program where college students were able to travel to teach English and learn Korean to elementary students in rural areas. The students I taught never had a native English speaker in front of them and this was a whole new experience for all of us. The beginning. As someone who never done this before, this was at first a struggle trying to present and communicate in front of the class each day in a language no one spoke frequently. The middle. I recalled my time learning English the first time in elementary school as well as finding abundant of resources online for ways to effectively send a message. The End. After 6 months, I was able to teach the basics of English language and the different English cultures around the world, allowing the students to further pursue their interest to travel and learn English someday. Reflection. I saw this as an opportunity to develop my communication skills, adapt to a whole new environment, and learning about different education system outside of what I'm used to.