Andrew Schoen joined NEA in 2014 and is a Principal focused on enterprise and consumer technology investments and works across NEA’s US and China investment practices. Andrew sits on the boards of CCP Games, Qadium, and IonQ. He is also involved in NEA’s investments in Code42, Curalate, Dandelion, Duolingo, Pentaho (acquired), Pocket (acquired), RocketChat, Tamr, ThreatQuotient, and ZeroFOX.
Prior to NEA, Andrew was a member of Blackstone’s M&A team in New York. In addition, Andrew co-founded digital media company Flicstart (acquired). Andrew serves on the Advisory Council for Entrepreneurship at Cornell and is President Emeritus of the Cornell Venture Capital Club. He serves on the board of the Diyalo Foundation focusing on sustainable development and education in rural Nepal, and on the board of the National Udall Scholarship Association focusing on issues related to environmental sustainability. Andrew completed his Master’s as a Schwarzman Scholar at Tsinghua University in Beijing. He completed his Bachelor’s at Cornell University, where he graduated with Phi Beta Kappa honors in both Economics in the College of Arts and Sciences and Science of Earth Systems in the College of Engineering.