Andrew Moss is a seasoned technology executive/entrepreneur who has spent his career innovating, launching and managing a range of technology-based businesses including within Microsoft. After 17 years at Microsoft, he left to launch his own startup and consulted with various other new and existing ventures.
In 2014, he joined the NYU Entrepreneurial Institute as the Entrepreneur-in-Residence to advise and mentor aspiring entrepreneurs from within the NYU ecosystem. In 2015 he was named Director Blackstone LaunchPad at NYU to implement and manage the initiative.
In 2019, he joined the faculty at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering where he guides/facilitates/teaches Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Global Perspectives on Technology Management. He leads the development of a methodology for entrepreneurs and organizational leaders of all kinds to foster a desired Culture and Organizational Resolve (COR) grounded in clearly articulated principles shaping all aspects of the operation. In addition, he also serves on the Steering Committee for the NYU Alliance for Public Interest Technology and a contributor to the NYU Human Rights Innovation initiative. He is also a mentor in the Betaworks Circles program.
As part of the core curriculum of the NYU Wagner Masters program, Capstone teams spend an academic year addressing challenges and identifying opportunities for a client organization or working on a pre-approved, team-generated project in which they develop a business case or prototype to create social impact or launch a social enterprise.