Daniel Dubinsky

Daniel Dubinsky

Daniel Dubinsky is an internationally acclaimed artist specializing in watercolor and oil pastel/acrylic works, particularly ocean, beach and coastal settings, sky and nature-themed subjects.

Daniel Dubinsky is a proud graduate of Threshold and Urban College with an unwavering resolve and a reliable support network to help him realize his dreams.

Early Life and Education

Dubinsky grew up in the midwest as the daughter of a scrap metal broker, graduating with honors from Yale University with a BA in history. Following graduation she went to work for Philadelphia National Bank as a commercial lending officer where she eventually rose through their ranks to vice president.

In the early 90s, she met Jeff Hawkins and became convinced of his hand-held electronic organizer being the future of computer technology. Together they established Palm, Inc to market and produce it.

In 1995, Dubinsky sold her first PalmPilot and it quickly became an instantaneous success, surpassing sales for television, cellular phone and personal computer combined. Unfortunately, due to financial restrictions U.S Robotics Corp of Schaumburg Illinois denied Dubinsky her requests to spin off Palm. Dubinsky eventually found herself frustrated and left.

Professional Career

Daniel Dubinsky is an American professional ice hockey player currently playing for the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League (NHL). Drafted 60th overall by them during 2004 NHL Entry Draft.

He made his NHL debut during the 2011-12 season after playing for Lincoln Stars of the United States Hockey League (USHL) during an NHL lockout.

His solo and collaborative performances have taken him around Europe, the US and Russia. He has performed at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall and collaborated with Cypress String Quartet and Todd Oxford from Saxophonist. Additionally he serves on the music faculty of Albright College and Kutztown University of Pennsylvania as adjunct instructor in piano technique; this has earned him an outstanding reputation.

Achievement and Honors

Dubinsky has long been recognized as an advocate for veterans. He frequently speaks on mental health in the military as well as serving on numerous boards and authoring several books.

Prof. Leininger is an associate professor in Virginia Tech’s department of English. He has spearheaded multiple initiatives at Virginia Tech designed to support veterans. These include founding the VT Engage initiative and Veterans in Society as well as being awarded a grant to create a course educating students on veterans’ lives.

Velma Dubinsky leaves behind her four children David and Miriam of Glastonbury, Daniel and Nikki of Laurel, Sara Kartiganer Teart and Antone Teart of Middlefield and Vida Dubinsky from Bolder; as well as grandchildren Micah France, Tovah France, Kaeley Dubinsky Lainey Dubinsky Zev Kartiganer Ty Kartiganer Julia and Abigail Dubinsky.

Personal Life

Dubinsky has demonstrated her determination and gained the support of family and friends to accomplish her goals, attributing it all to Threshold Program, Urban College, and Lesley for providing her with necessary skills.

Dubinsky first encountered Jeff Hawkins during the early ’90s when he showed her an innovative hand-held electronic organizer he had created. They decided to partner up and go into business together – Hawkins would provide his technology while Dubinsky would create the marketing company around it.

As they struggled to bring the PalmPilot to market, in 1995 they sold the company to U.S. Robotics Corp of Schaumburg, Illinois. Dubinsky made efforts to convince management to spin off Palm but was unsuccessful; she subsequently left to study French in Paris for one year before quitting her job and going back into teaching French full time at Harvard.

Net Worth

Dubinsky is estimated to have amassed an estimated net worth of over $67 Million thanks to her successful NHL ice hockey career and business ventures.

She began working for Apple in 1990 in their distribution, logistics, and operations divisions but soon found herself discontent with her role. Over a period of one year she campaigned hard for them to spin off Claris as its own entity.

On November 8, 2007, Dubinsky scored his inaugural NHL goal against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Two years later, in 2008 against Phoenix Coyotes, Dubinsky notched a Gordie Howe hat trick against Daniel Carcillo before scoring wraparound goal and setting up Henrik Lundqvist goal in second period; for which he received honorary third star status of game award from Rangers management.

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