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Sungmin (David) Lee

Student of Theatre, Data Engineer, and Proud Immigrant

David Lee is from Seoul, South Korea. He is a recent graduate of Davidson College where he majored in computer science and minored in theatre. During his time with the Davidson College Theatre Department, he has played the parts of Jones in Skin, George Zimmerman in Facing Our Truth: Short Plays on Trayvon, Race, and Privilege, and Banquo in Macbeth. He also stage managed Detective Partner Hero Villain by Brett Neveu and performed in Summit Play Festival, a student-run festival celebrating original works by student playwrights, directors, and actors.

He is now starting his career as a data engineer at Tresata in hopes of solving meaningful human problems. He is grateful for the theatre professors, classes, and colleagues for teaching him about the importance of representation and story telling which he will carry with him everywhere he goes.

“The Count” for Liberal Arts Colleges

“The Count” for Liberal Arts Colleges

Data on Gender and Race in the Production Seasons of Davidson College and Its Peers

11 August 2020

Sharon L Green and her research team—David Lee, Clare Harbin, Katie Stewart, and Landin Eldridge—discuss their recent project, which aimed to answer the question: Who is being produced by liberal arts colleges around the United States?