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Lee-Sean Huang is a New York City-based designer and educator focused on community-centered participatory design. He is a part time faculty member at the Strategic Design and Management program at Parsons in New York and at its sister Global Executive Masters program based in Parsons Paris. He is also an affiliate faculty member at the Parsons DESIS Lab. He co-founded and serves as creative director of Foossa, a design and strategy consultancy that works with diverse communities to tell their stories and design the future. Highlights from his other recent work include: 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.