Hosan Lee

Founder and CEO
Table Tribes
Hosan Lee is founder and CEO of TABLETRIBES, a digital platform that connects communities offline for face-to-face conversations that matter. Her mission is to build empathy technology based on social and emotional intelligence research that allow us to interact more effectively in the real world. Her unique perspective connecting applied and theoretical models of human connectivity are informed by her experience in media, design, advertising and startups. Hosan is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University, Art Center College of Design and Central St. Martins.

Presentations from Facing Race 2016

The Business of Racial Justice

Rooted in the practices of “activist entrepreneurs” from Atlanta, North Carolina and around the US, we will explore questions such as: Are venture capital, social enterprise and innovation hubs viable strategies to disrupt structural racism? How can business be used to dismantle interlocking systems of oppression? What are some examples? What is working? What are we learning from our challenges? And finally, can the master’s tools really ever dismantle the master’s house? Come ready to explore these questions and more in this interactive, practice-focused, provocative session of racial change agents who grapple with these questions on a daily basis.

Speakers: Melinda Weekes-Laidlow, Hosan Lee