André Robert Lee’s resume includes the New York City Public Schools, The Ford Foundation, Miramax Films, Urbanworld, Film Movement, Universal, HBO, Picturehouse, and Dreamworks.
His production credits include the 2007 BET Awards Post Show and “Starrbooty”, his project with RuPaul, a festival hit during the summer of 2007. He managed product placement & clearances for “Rocket Science” and his feature “Dirty Laundry” received the NAACP Image Award & GLAAD Media Award nominations.
André Robert Lee directed and produced “The Prep School Negro”. He started touring with the educational version in 2009 visiting nearly 200 high schools, colleges, universities and conferences with workshops booked through 2013.
Now living in New York City, the Philadelphia native serves as a consultant and advisor for Connecticut College’s Mellon Undergraduate Research Program in the Arts and Humanities, as a member of the Advisory Board for Ready Willing and Able: The Doe Fund, Inc., on the Jury for the Academy Awards Student competition, the Blacksoil Film Festival and has served as a Reader for The Gates Millennium Scholars Program as well as a speaker at The Gates Millennium Scholars Program Leadership Conferences.
André also serves on the Alumni Board of Directors of Connecticut College from where he received his BA. He also received his Master’s in the Art of Teaching from Tufts University.