Lee-Sean Huang is the cofounder and creative director of Foossa, a consultancy that helps organizations tell stories, design services, and build community for a more inclusive and resilient future. He is interested in the intersection of design and democracy, and his work explores the role of participation and play in the future of work, education, health, and civic engagement.
Examples of his projects range from redesigning the experience of employee health and wellness at a Fortune 500 corporation to helping agencies of the United Nations better manage their institutional knowledge and refresh their public stories in changing times. He has taught senior organizers of the Service Employees International Union ways to rethink labor organizing in a networked age, advised a major social network on the multiple and shifting meanings of friendship, and conducted research supported by the European Union to build tools to scale online citizen debate and deliberation.
Lee-Sean completed a bachelor's degree in Government from Harvard and a master's from ITP, the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University. He serves as a trustee and treasurer of the Awesome Foundation New York. He is currently an Allies Reaching for Community Health Equity (ARCHE) Public Voices Fellow with The OpEd Project.