Daniel Kang, Ph.D. & MBA
Experience Education / Training
- Founder and CEO, Hearcom, Inc., Fullerton,
- Principal of Christian CEO School
- Director, Consumer Product, GENERAL ELECTRIC EAC
- Director, Electronics Applications Center, GENERAL ELECTRIC
- Manger, SPAM, TEXAS INSTRUMENTS
- Project Leader, MOTOROLA INC.
- Founder to present, and CEO, BMR Technology
- President and CEO, BETHELTRONIX, INC. (BTI)
- V.P. and Director, GBL, INC. (supercomputer chip company)
- Founder of Kings and Priests Ministries (KPM), Previous GSC
Education / Training
- Executive Program, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
- Executive Training, General Electric Jack Welsh Leadership Institute, Crotonville, NY
- MBA, PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY, Malibu, CA
- Ph.D. in EE & MSEE, CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIV., Cleveland, OH
- BSEE, Seoul National Univ., Seoul, Korea
Daniel is currently the president of Hearcom, Inc. which focuses on new business development consulting. He is also
actively involved in training and in developing Christian CEO’s as the principal of Christian CEO School in Fullerton, CA.
Prior to Hearcom, Daniel’s career spans various companies and leadership positions within the tech industry.
He was Founder and CEO of BMR and Betheltronix, Vice President at Gigabit Logic, Director of GE Consumer
Electronics, and held manager positions at Texas Instruments and Motorola.
He has a MS and Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, Ohio), and an MBA
from Pepperdine University. He also completed CEO training through the Jack Welch Leadership Institute at General Electric
(GE), and the Executive Program of Stanford University Business School.
Since 2009, Daniel has also served as a visiting missionary of KPM (Kings & Priests Ministries), developing Christian
business leaders in 10 different countries. He was also an Elder for 29 years at his home church, Grace Ministries
International in Fullerton, CA. He also has led weekly Bible studies for the young professionals during last 33 years,
including one for the UCLA graduate students since 1986. He is married to his wife Kim, and has 2 daughters and three
grandchildren, who all live locally in Southern California.