• Profile:

    Lee-Sean Huang is a New York City-based designer, innovation strategist, and educator. He is a co-founder and creative director of Foossa (Links to an external site.), a community-centered service design and strategy consultancy. He teaches in the Master of Science in Strategic Design and Management program, Parsons at Open Campus, and the Dual Cities summer program. He is also an affiliated faculty member at the Parsons DESIS Lab.

    Lee-Sean's recent work includes: advising the United Nations on the creation of an internal innovation team, helping an international labor union think through the future of organizing in the digital age, collaborating with the European Commission to research and design new interfaces for large-scale civic debate, and co-creating new experiences at the Kigali Genocide Memorial with Rwandan genocide survivors. 

    Degrees Held:

    Bachelors of Arts, Government, Harvard University

    Master of Professional Studies, Interactive Telecommunications, New York University


    Current Courses:

    Design Impact:Idea to Concept (Open Campus)

    Design Impact:Idea to Concept (Spring 2019)

    Design Thinking Fundamentals (Open Campus)

    Design Thinking Fundamentals (Spring 2019)

    Futures and Foresight (Open Campus)

    Futures and Foresight (Spring 2019)

    New Design Firms (Spring 2019)

    New Design Firms

    Social Impact Entrepreneurship (Spring 2019)