John E. Robinson is a Senior Software Engineer / Project Manager at Intel Corporation. He has extensive experience designing and leading software applications focused on automating business processes supporting Intel’s factories and technicians. John currently manages a team of globally dispersed .NET web developers throughout all facets of the software project lifecycle.
John has a M.S. in Computer Science with a specialization in Multimedia and Creative Technologies from the University of Southern California, and a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University. He is also an alumnus of the GEM Fellowship and NACME scholar programs.
DAPCEP provides over 5,000 young people educational opportunities and exposure to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields. Through the work of Jason and his team, DAPCEP is creating the next generation of technical professionals for Metropolitan Detroit, the State of Michigan and the Nation.
Jason’s involvement in the community extends beyond his work at the DAPCEP Executive Director. Through his volunteer work with 100 Black Men of Greater Detroit and New Detroit, he works to open the doors of opportunity for deserving youth.
Family is the top priority in Jason’s life; outside of his work and community responsibilities, he enjoys spending time with his wife Nicole Howard Lee and their two children in and around their Southfield, MI home. A self proclaimed urban outdoorsman, Jason enjoys mountain biking, paint ball and an occasional game of golf or tennis.
Jason Lee is truly one to watch as he continues to work with the youth of Detroit and the community at-large.