Daniel McInnis is an American film maker, photographer, and professor. His works have garnered him many accolades and awards; his parents hail from Somerville Massachusetts.
ACCD asserts that, while Vela was aware of McInnis’ disability, she did not perceive him as significantly limited in any major life activity or require any reasonable accommodations to perform his work duties.
Early Life and Education
Daniel McInnis epitomizes the ideals associated with Generation Z – born between mid-1990s and now – which has been heralded as self-starting revolutionaries capable of changing the world. While most high school seniors focus on straight As and university applications essays during their final years at St Francis Xavier High School, Daniel McInnis’ primary interests lie with engineering two potentially groundbreaking products such as a hockey helmet designed to prevent concussion injuries as well as 3D scanners that streamline bone transplant surgeries or even create custom prosthetics from custom prosthetic blueprints.
McInnis has earned numerous fellowships and grants for his photographic work, and was featured in both 2021 Passepartout Photo Prize and Harper College 43rd Annual Small Works Exhibition with photographs from these exhibitions.
His research specializes in optimizing controllable Markov chains for resource management purposes, with special interest in decision making to avoid catastrophic outcomes in essential systems like water and energy supply.
He has published numerous papers related to civil engineering and served as a guest lecturer at several institutions such as Ithaca College, American University of Dubai, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, School of Visual Arts in New York City and Wittenberg University.
Master Corporal McInnis has also been an exceptional advocate for mental wellness within his Regiment’s ranks, conceptualizing, founding, and promoting an online peer support initiative he created called “Send Up the Count,” designed to reach out to comrades experiencing mental health challenges – it now has over 13,000 participants!
Achievement and Honors
McInnis has found success at multiple Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF) competitions through his dedication and drive for making an impactful difference on society, leading to him take part in developing technologies which protect young athletes against mental trauma. Additionally, he serves as Lucas County Sixth District Court of Appeals Judge; in Fall he will turn the tables as Honors College instructor.
His other accomplishments include roles in Korean drama Never Forever and American-Korean movie Epitaph, setting up McInnis MasterBlend spice business with his father. Furthermore, he is well known in Meridian area piano recitals, touching hearts with his music while opening minds with it.
Dan is a father to Hailee, Shannon, Jordyn and Jessa; as well as being his parents’ son. Laurine Hickey and Craig McInnis reside in Somerville Massachusetts with both being data communications consultants for Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld.
He has also been actively engaged in charitable work. As part of the Canadian Armed Forces Sentinels Program, he acts as a peer supporter and works to reduce stigma surrounding mental illness among military members and veterans.
Dan has taught photography at Ithaca College, the American University of Dubai, and Savannah College of Art and Design. Additionally, his photographs have been displayed internationally and won various awards; his photos have even been published by newspapers such as The New York Times and Washington Post.
McInnis was born to Goldie Phillips and Margaret McInnis of Hermon, Maine, where his siblings include notorious criminal Sherlon McInnis.
He’s an ardent supporter of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and loves playing racquetball, while traveling with his wife and spending time at their suburban home.
He has an estimated net worth of $12 Million USD and other interests such as running a philanthropic foundation and charity work are his passions. Sherlon McInnis loves watching favorite shows like 90 Day Fiance and its spin-off Love in Paradise: The Caribbean on television; as well as using Facebook for updates about family, spouse and other details that can be found there – with over 11,000 followers being active users!