Lee-Sean Huang is the Co-Founder and Creative Director of Foossa, a community-centered design and social innovation strategy consultancy. He has devoted his career to designing and scaling social innovations for and with communities and building movements for the common good.
Lee-Sean was the founding member of the design practice at Purpose, Creative Director of the Rio de Janeiro mobilizing network Meu Rio and a co-founder of Hepnova Multimedia and (website hidden). His work has spanned five continents and collaborations with organizations including the United Nations, Human Rights Watch, SEIU, Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education, Brazil Foundation, Packard Foundation, Kigali Genocide Memorial, Made in the Lower East Side, Grammy Foundation, Guggenheim Museum and Tenement Museum.
Lee-Sean is a faculty member at the School of Visual Arts MFA Design for Social Innovation. He has lectured at The New School University, NYU, the College of Staten Island, UCLA and the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. He is the author of the Social Good Guide "What’s Strategy Got to Do with It?" and co-editor of Freedom Vs Security: The Struggle for Balance (Central European University Press 2009). He teaches capoeira, an Afro-Brazilian martial art combining elements of dance, acrobatics and music at the New York Capoeira Center. He also serves as the treasurer and trustee of the New York chapter of The Awesome Foundation. He holds a BA in Government from Harvard and MPS from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU.