Matthew Lee is a doctoral candidate at Harvard Business School, where he sits in the Organizational Behavior and Entrepreneurial Management units. His current research focuses on social entrepreneurship as a setting for institutional hybridization, the process by which multiple existing organizational templates recombine into innovative organizational practices. Other, ongoing research examines corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the role of non-profit adopters in the emergence of new industries. He helped to design, and served as the head Teaching Fellow for the first undergraduate course at Harvard College on social entrepreneurship. He also serves on the advisory boards of the International Spark Program, a leadership and entrepreneurship development program in the Republic of Georgia, and UP, a national, media-based social movement challenging youth substance abuse in the U.S. Prior to his academic career, Matthew worked at the Bridgespan Group in Boston and New York City, where he consulted for non-profit clients on strategic planning and change. He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University in Physics and Economics and a past Fulbright scholar.