Daniel Atkin

Daniel Atkin

Daniel Atkin is an experienced corporate attorney specializing in private equity/venture capital transactions. He works closely with large domestic and international businesses as well as venture capital funds with their portfolio companies.

He is a detailed-oriented individual that takes great pride in providing exceptional customer service and quality assurance. Since joining Kenray in 2014, he has become an invaluable member of our community.

Early Life and Education

Atkin’s research spans numerous issues, including the relationship between law and friendship. He has received funding from organizations like the Nuffield Foundation, Socio-Legal Studies Association and British Academy. Furthermore, he serves as editor for Law and Society Journal; recently publishing studies related to both treating siblings in care as well as regulation of Elective Home Education (EE).

Born in West Salem, Oregon and attending Southern Oregon University for pre-nursing studies. Following four years in the Navy as a Corpsman and receiving an Honorable Discharge. Subsequently attending OHSU nursing school before working rural Oregon as a nurse. He leaves behind his wife Becky Checketts Atkin as well as their children Mckenzie Susan Atkin and Austin Douglas Atkin who survive him.

Professional Career

Since 2014, he has provided advice in corporate transactions to large corporates, private equity funds and venture capital funds both domestically and internationally as well as working closely with small- to mid-sized businesses on acquisitions, investments and divestitures.

His early research focused on computer architecture, specifically creating improved arithmetic algorithms for higher-radix division. These contributions also helped foster parallel computing technologies at their infancy.

Atkins served as founding dean of U-M’s School of Information. While there, he helped launch the Digital Library Project and establish ORCI as well as leading an NSF-sponsored Upper Atmospheric Research Collaboratory. His highly influential report on cyberinfrastructure – IT infrastructure that facilitates scientific inquiry such as networks, massive storage capacities and managed information as well as collaboration and measurement tools – gained global renown.

Achievement and Honors

Atkins not only worked at Bank Street College but was also a member of the National Science Foundation’s Blue-Ribbon Advisory Panel on Cyberinfrastructure, chairing its study committee that produced an influential report about automated research workflow technologies. Furthermore, he co-authored a book called Higher Education in the Digital Age.

Atkins earned America’s highest military decoration, the Medal of Honor. This prestigious recognition recognized his valiant actions during service aboard USS Cushing on February 11, 1898.

Atkins engaged the insurgent head-on, keeping him from accessing his suicide vest underneath his clothing. Atkins eventually wrapped the insurgent up and protected his Soldiers while taking the brunt of its explosion himself; later retrieving weapons belonging to the insurgent and killing them both.

Personal Life

Jason and the staff at Holihan-Atkin Funeral Home take great pleasure in serving families as they honor and remember their loved ones. They take very seriously the trust placed in them by families to honor those they hold dearest.

Becky Checketts was his high school sweetheart and together they now share three children: Mckenzie Susan, Austin Douglas and Katelyn Elizabeth. In his free time he enjoys hunting and fishing, wood working projects, camping trips and country life in general.

Daniel Atkins has 13 years of experience working in the financial industry. He holds both Series 65 and 63 licenses, and registered to provide investment advice in Colorado as well as being licensed with FINRA Series 7 designation. Furthermore, Daniel is part of Greenwood Village Rotary Club.

Net Worth

Atkins is an extremely successful computer scientist. He has built his fortune working as a consultant and participating in multiple projects – his net worth has been estimated between $1 and $10 Million dollars.

He is very engaged on social media, often posting about his personal life and hosting a blog.

Recently, he shared how one man was saved during their virtual church service and encouraged pastors to persevere during such challenging times.

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