Andrew Schoen is a principal on the technology investing team at New Enterprise Associates. Andrew serves on the boards of CCP Games, Qadium, and IONQ and is actively involved in NEA’s investments in Code42, Curalate, Duolingo, Pocket, ThreatQuotient, and TrackMaven. Prior to NEA, Andrew was a mergers & acquisitions analyst at Blackstone in New York. In addition, Andrew cofounded Flicstart, a nationwide on-demand movie screening company. Andrew completed his master’s degree as a Schwarzman Scholar in Beijing and his bachelor’s degree at Cornell University, where he studied economics and environmental engineering, graduating with Phi Beta Kappa honors. Andrew serves on the Advisory Council for Entrepreneurship at Cornell, is President Emeritus of the Cornell Venture Capital Club, and is a board member of the National Udall Scholarship Association focusing on issues related to environmental sustainability.