Austyn Lee is a skilled operations professional with expertise in project management and strategic implementation. Graduating with honors in Psychology at Stanford University, Lee has been involved in several organizations related to mental health, diversity, and education. With four years of experience in the health sector, Lee helps cross-functional stakeholders improve the customer experience through identifying product-market fit and understanding the customer lifecycle.
Lee's professional experience includes serving as a Member Experience Associate at Mindstrong, Project Manager at Suicide Prevention Research Lab at Stanford University School of Medicine, Office of Diversity and Equity Intern - Behavioral Health and Recovery Services at County of San Mateo, English Language Tutor at Gisella Guarducci, and Teaching Assistant for PSYCH 80 (Intro to Personality and Affective Science) at Stanford University. Lee has also worked as a Research Assistant / Lab Manager at Stanford University, Undergraduate Research Assistant for Professor Susan Olzak at Stanford University, LGBTQ+ Youth Curriculum Writing Team Member at Project 'Uwao (Peacemakers), GSA Hawai'i Youth Advisory Council Member at GSA Hawai'i, and Audio Visual (AV) Office Assistant at Iolani School.
Overall, Austyn Lee's diverse background in project management, psychology, and mental health advocacy, positions them as a valuable asset to any organization seeking to improve their operations and customer experience.