Andrew Schoen (2017)
United States of America
Andrew Schoen is a Principal at NEA, the largest venture capital firm in the US, and is a co-founder of the firms’ NYC office. Andrew is a Board Director of CCP Games, Qadium, and IONQ, and is involved in NEA’s investments in Code42, Curalate, Duolingo, Pocket, ThreatQuotient, and TrackMaven. Prior to NEA, Andrew was an Analyst at Blackstone in New York. In addition, Andrew co-founded Flicstart, a digital media company that was acquired in 2015. Andrew received his MS from Tsinghua as a Schwarzman Scholar and his BA from Cornell University. Andrew serves on the Advisory Board for Entrepreneurship at Cornell, and is a Board Member of the National Udall Scholarship Association focusing on issues related to environmental sustainability.