Jason U. Kim is a versatile and eclectic thinker, publishing professional, college professor, and non-profit consultant who lives to make individuals and organizations agents of positive change. His mantra, "Words That Transform," neatly brings together his many different interests, ambitions, and projects.
He is the Digital Media Director at Parallax Press, a nonprofit book publisher. At Parallax, he manages and produces all its digital and social media, and supervises and implements its online marketing strategy.
Jason has one last hoop to jump through to officially receive his Ph.D. in Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. He enjoys teaching immensely, and teaches part-time throughout the Bay Area when he can. He's won praise for his innovative approach to teaching at the University of California, Berkeley and Saint Mary's College.
He is also a research consultant at PurifAid, a nonprofit seeking to end the arsenic crisis in Bangladesh, the largest mass poisoning in human history. He also serves the East Bay Meditation Center as a digital content strategist.
He is a voracious reader of spuriously connected topics and genres, a somewhat consistent gym-goer, and a Wikipedia addict.
Jason currently resides in Oakland, California.
The views expressed on this website do not represent the views of my employers and are of my own.