clip_image004Dr. Anna Hyonjoo Lint, Ph.D. Educational Leadership, and Vice Chairwoman of the Lint Center, has spent more than 30 years in both the private and public sector, including senior level positions in financial services and real estate development firms, as well as academia, in both the United States and South Korea.

A native of Korea and a naturalized U.S. citizen, Lint received her first Master’s degree in Industrial Design, with a concentration in Interior Design from Ewha Women’s University, Seoul, Korea. She completed her second Master’s degree in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) from Oklahoma City University, achieving the distinction of graduating with honors.

Lint has worked as a professor in the English Language Department at the Jangan College and Samsung Corporate Instruction Center in South Korea. Prior to entering academia, she was Managing Director of a major land development company, where she oversaw and directed more than 500 residential units in both Seoul and Inchon. While working in the private sector, she was also responsible for managing more than 200 foreign language instructors at The ACE Global Education Center for Foreign Languages, as part of a corporate feeder partnership and strategic management program, for Samsung Co., LG, Hyundai Motor Co. of Korea, and Daewoo Motors.

In addition, Lint spent 3 years as a professional translator for the Commerce Department in the Embassy of New Zealand, Seoul, Korea. During her time, she was tasked with a myriad of duties including her primary responsibility of translating critical business and trade documents for New Zealand-based companies investigating Foreign Direct Investment opportunities in Korea’s commodities and emerging business markets. While in Korea, Lint became a successful small business entrepreneur, securing a handsome profit on a brick and mortar bookstore venture she built from the ground up.

Lint has also been a constant community volunteer, dedicating her time and expertise to the Army Family Support Group of 1st Signal Brigade in Yongsan, Korea. Additionally while attending Graduate School in Oklahoma City, she taught English to those in need at the Vietnamese Refugee Center.

In recent years in the US, Lint spent several years as a Bank Officer for Chevy Chase Bank, the largest financial institution founded, owned, and headquartered in the Washington metropolitan area, later she took a position at CitiBank, one of the largest whole service banks in the world. For a one year period, she has been a Branch Service Manager for Nara Bank, where she was the first manager of a NJ branch for Nara.

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  • Dr. Anna Hyonjoo Lint started as a successful small business entrepreneur, securing a handsome profit on a brick and mortar bookstore venture that she built from the ground up
  • Professor in the English Language Department at the Jangan College and Samsung Corporate Instruction Center in South Korea
  • As Managing Director of a major land development company, she oversaw and directed more then 500 residential units in both Seoul and Inchon. While working in the private sector, she was also responsible for managing more than 200 foreign language instructors at The ACE Global Education Center for Foreign Languages, as part of a corporate feeder partnership and strategic management program, for Samsung Co., LG, Hyundai Motor Co. of Korea, and Daewoo Motors
  • Dr. Anna Hyonjoo Lint worked as Bank Officer for Chevy Chase Bank, CitiBank, Nara Bank, and Bank of America.

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  • Dr. Anna Hyonjoo Lint, as a constant community volunteer, has dedicated her time and expertise to the Army Family Support Group of 1st Signal Brigade in Yongsan, Korea. In addition she taught English to those in need at the Vietnamese Refugee Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

http://solidkitchens.com.au/the-nook-with-no-name/ Education:

  • PhD, Educational Leadership, Trident University, concentrated in E-Learning – Press Release
  • MA, TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) from Oklahoma City University, w/ Honors
  • MA, Industrial Design, with a concentration in Interior Design from Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea
  • BS, Home Economics, Dongduk Women’s University, Seoul, Korea

Written Works:

Lint, A. & Lint, J. (2014, January). Why culture knowledge matters for national security. Military1. http://www.military1.com/international/article/458208-why-culture-knowledge-matters-for-national-security

E-Learning Student Perceptions on Scholarly Persistence in the 21st Century with Social Media in Higher Education

Anna H. Lint

Abstract | References Full-Text PDF, ePub, PP. 718-725, Pub. Date: November 4, 2013

DOI: 10.4236/ce.2013.411102 Downloads: 14 Google Scholar Open Access Library  web-PDF

Why do I love America?” 01/01/08 Dr. Anna H. Lint, http://storybasket.com/C/Why-I-love.asp. [Note: This is an English translation of an article written for a Korean Blog  and was published in both English and Korean at www.Storybasket.com]

Information PowerPoint pertaining to Dr. Lint’s PhD dissertation titled: THE IMPACT OF STUDENT PROGRESS FACTORS ON STUDENT PERSISTENCE IN E-LEARNING

Link to Blog: StoryBasket.com – 이야기 바구니
“Cross-Cultural Awareness, Knowledge, and Competence”

Storybasket Blog (http://blog.daum.net/storybasket/) receives tens of thousands of unique visitors yearly. Written in Korean, it describes an individual’s journey through life as a continual “Job Hopper”.  This compelling and universally relatable story, chronicles the hopes, dreams, and hurdles about learning to embrace the unpredictable path. It is an intimate portrayal, a personal window into one individual’s life; it speaks of the importance of enjoying both the road as well as the arrival at the destination.

Some say, the continual change embodied in “Job Hopping” is a negative. But the blog speaks of one individual’s life saga; the experiences change provides, the opportunity learned through exposure to alternative culture and societal norms, and the benefits attained by adaptation.

The Storybasket blog is a story about the learning process and serves as a reminder that whether it is “Job Hopping” or change – you can grow more if you allow life to instruct that daring is to learn and embracing new things is to discover.

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