Susie Lee is the CEO and co-founder of Siren, a dating app that unlocks real personality for first time-conversations. A graduate of Yale, Columbia and UW with degrees in molecular biophysics and biochemistry, science education, and art, Lee brings a wide-ranging skill set to amplify humanity in technology. Her work has been collected by numerous institutions including the Denver Art Museum, Mitchell Center for the Arts, Frye Art Museum, and Crystal Bridges Museum of Art. Siren partnered with Durex on a 37million view campaign, will be part of PBS StartUp show this fall, and will be part of The New Museum's INC program this fall. Siren has been featured in 100+ press reviews, including NPR, front page of the Seattle Times, The Guardian, CNN, The Stranger, GeekWire, ThinkProgress, Frieze, and The Establishment.
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