Lee-Sean Huang is the founder and creative director of Foossa. He is also affiliated with Purpose, where he has worked as a designer, strategist, and now as an advisor. He has devoted his career to working with social enterprises, nonprofits, and communities to create transformative experiences for positive social change. He has collaborated with organizations including: Avaaz.org, Human Rights Watch, The Tenement Museum, Creative Commons, Made in the Lower East Side, and Afro Brazil Arts.
Lee-Sean has written about networked media and participatory social innovation design in publications like Fast Company, GOOD Magazine, and the Huffington Post. He also co-authored the political science textbook Freedom vs. Security: The Struggle For Balance. Lee-Sean has taught at the School of Visual Arts, the College of Staten Island, General Assembly, and on Skillshare.com. He is also a visiting lecturer at the Mycelium School. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Government from Harvard and a Master’s degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University.
Outside of his work at Foossa, Lee-Sean enjoys cooking, music, and capoeira, a Brazilian martial art.