Andrew Shue is co-founder and chairman of the national non-profit organization Do Something, a nationwide network of young people creating solutions to the challenges facing their schools and communities. Over the last seven years, he has been instrumental in guiding the strategic direction of Do Something, as well as the formation of strategic partnerships with a variety of corporations, including McKinsey & Company, Arnold Corporations, MTV, Fox Television, Blockbuster Entertainment and Applied Materials.
Mr. Shue’s passion for community involvement developed in high school when he founded Students Serving Seniors, a group dedicated to matching students with senior citizens. Thirteen years later the organization is still thriving. In 1990, he spent a year teaching high school in math in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Most recently, he has co-founded ClubMom, Inc., a national membership organization that serves and celebrates Moms.
Mr. Shue has played professional soccer and served as a pioneer player and spokesperson for the Los Angeles Galaxy and Major League Soccer. He co-founded International Sports Publishing, Inc., which produces MLS Gameday programs. He also co-founded Shue Media, Inc. with his brother and is currently co-producing an IMAX movie about World Cup Soccer. For six years Mr. Shue starred in the popular television show Melrose Place.
Mr. Shue graduated from Dartmouth College.
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