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Andrew Lee

Andrew Lee

Managing Director

Andrew Lee is a Managing Director with Teneo’s Strategy and Communications Advisory business. He focuses on C-Suite digital and social presence, with a specific emphasis on social media strategy, online reputation management, and digital thought leadership positioning.

Prior to joining Teneo, Andrew spent five years working in Silicon Valley at Eventbrite, the world’s largest digital ticketing platform. During this time, he served in a variety of roles centered on strategy, operations, and solutions, building company partnerships with clients such as Bon Appétit, Food Network, HBO, NBA, Pepsi, and PGA Tour. Andrew was with Eventbrite from its time as a Bay Area tech startup, through its steady growth into a global $1bn+ unicorn company and IPO success story.

Prior to this, Andrew served as Editorial Director of Hipolitics, a digital media platform fusing politics and pop culture, featuring exclusive content from celebrities, athletes and politicians. Before his career in digital technology and strategic advising, Andrew spent six years working in higher education, both as a lecturer and researcher in American and Canadian universities.

Andrew has also worked abroad for the Japanese government developing cultural exchange programs in Kansai. He began his career in the Teach for America organization, teaching young people in disadvantaged urban communities in Northern California.

Andrew holds a B.A. in English from Syracuse University, an M.A. from York University, and an M.A. from the University of California-Santa Barbara.