Andrew J. Lee has held executive and board positions in the corporate and nonprofit sectors, spanning the fields of health care, philanthropy, American Indian affairs, arts and culture, sports, and manufacturing. He currently works for Management Leadership for Tomorrow, a national nonprofit that is dedicated to accelerating the economic trajectories of people of color and eliminating racial wealth gaps. Andrew is also a senior adviser to Fresh Tri, a digital health company that uses neuroscience to help people sustain healthy behavior change. His prior experience includes leadership positions at Aetna Inc., Harvard University, and the Ford Foundation.
Andrew is passionate about governance and organizational performance. In addition to his service to the National Parks Foundation, Andrew is chairman of the board of USA Lacrosse and is a member of the Board of Governors for Harvard’s Honoring Nations tribal governance program. He is the former chairman of the board of the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian and has served on boards for the Nathan Cummings Foundation, Talent Beyond Boundaries, the Tewaaraton Foundation, 4TheFuture Foundation, the National Congress of American Indians, the Chickasaw Nation, and Finch Paper, among others. Andrew is co-author of a book titled The State of the Native Nations; he has testified twice before the US Senate; and was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.
A graduate of Hamilton College (AB) and the Harvard Kennedy School (MPP), Andrew lives in the greater Denver area. He is the proud father to three sons, and his extended family resides on the Seneca Nation’s Cattaraugus Indian Territory in western New York. In his spare time, Andrew enjoys fly fishing, skiing, mountain biking, riding his Harley Davidson, and playing lacrosse competitively.