We are having our second Citylife Community Dinner next Friday, May 26 at WeWork South Station! The featured speaker will be entrepreneurship. Paul Jin, a Citylifer who is at the Chestnut Hill campus, has agreed to share with us about startup success and failure, and what God has meant to him personally as he has dealt with all of these.
Paul Jin is the CEO of Silicon Micro Display, a small semiconductor chip technology company. Paul has been an entrepreneur since 2009. He earned a BS in mechanical engineering from Boston University and an MS in materials science from UC Davis. Paul spent the first 10 years of his career at Sandia National Labs, a national security lab, and the second 10 years at Philips Medical Systems leading the ultrasound business for international middle markets. Twenty years after working for the man, Paul decided to pursue his consumer content to e-commerce business in 2009. In 2011, Paul joined his current small company focusing on virtual and augmented reality hardware technology. In the process of becoming an entrepreneur, Paul managed operations at the Cambridge Dogpatch Labs, a start-up incubator, for Polaris Ventures from 2010 to 2012. Paul lives in Newton and has attended Citylife since 2007.
Due to limitations from WeWork, please RSVP by next Thursday if possible. Please email Mike at michaelsaji at gmail dot com.