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1224 Harrison Street, Oakland, CA 94612
"Let me document your cause and present it to the world." - Shaun Tai
Shaun is active in the technology, entertainment, and non-profit sectors as a marketeer, creative and strategist. A summary of activity:
2011: October 27th, Shaun recognized by California State University East Bay as a 'Hometown Hero' featured on Comcast Newsmakers / CNN Headline News [csueastbay.edu, 2011].
2011: March 25th, Shaun organized the first ever "Social Media for Small Business" at Oakland City Hall aimed at helping economically disadvantaged small business owners [examiner.com, 2011].
2010: October 2nd, Shaun's video "Tweedia Day 2010: Warriors Media Day" was the second most tweeted video in sports [ZOCIALtv, 2010].
2009: July 31st, Shaun founded Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy Center (ODALC), a technology non-profit organization that empowers low-income citizens to participate in the digital economy [irs.gov, 2009].
2008: Shaun successfully documented the history of Bay Area hip-hop culture, creating an online campaign that exceeded 14-million video views [Pushin' The Bay TV / SFBG, 2009].
2007: McCall Design Group partnered with Shaun on an award-winning, green-building design for affordable and sustainable second-unit housing in Northern California [Public Architecture, 2007].
2003-2006: Shaun obtained his second and third education degrees: B.S in Marketing and Masters in Architectural & Urban Design [San Jose State University, 2006].
2002: Shaun obtained his first education degree: B.A in Digital Graphics [California State University East Bay, 2002].
2001: Shaun co-founded an award-winning automotive group that was the sole influence for the $155-million grossing, blockbuster box-office commercial success, "The Fast and the Furious" [Guardian UK, 2001].