Daisy Lin currently is the VP of Digital Content & Communications at East West Bank.

Previously, Daisy was a TV news producer, writer and documentary director. At KNBC News in Los Angeles, she covered health and medical issues from 2004 to 2014. She was a California Endowment Health Journalism Fellow, and an NIH Medicine in the Media Fellow. She was Executive Producer of the Emmy nominated half hour special, "State of Emergency: Health Reform and the Election," which examined the causes of the healthcare crisis and the reform proposals of the Presidential Candidates. She also produced the Emmy Award winning News Special, “Autism, the Hidden Epidemic,” and “On the Verge.” In addition, she produced the station's franchise series "Beating the Odds." profiling high school students who overcome tremendous obstacles in their lives, and established college funds for them. At E! Entertainment Television, she profiled Margaret Cho and the premiere of "All American Girl," the first Asian American sitcom, one of many in-depth segments she contributed to E! News Daily. She was a news writer for KCOP in Los Angeles, and has freelanced for various media outlets in Los Angeles. Early in her career, she interned with Westinghouse Broadcasting in Washington DC and CBS in New York City. At UCLA, she made a one-hour documentary on the homeless people of Santa Monica, interviewing them at shelters and under bridges, and was a 1991 recipient of the Asian American Journalists Association Scholarship. She also wrote a research thesis on popular American images of Chinese women from 1850 on, which won the UCLA History Department's Mary B. Ritter Award. Recently she directed, produced, and editted the feature documentary film, "Yours Truly, Miss Chinatown," which premiered at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival and is currently making the festival circuit.