Sauder School of Business


Sauder School of Business
Adjunct Professor, Organizational Behaviour & Human Resources Division, Law and Business Communications Group

Andrew is an Adjunct Professor at the Sauder School of Business who specializes in improvisation for leaders and business communications. He is a Canadian Comedy Award Nominated performer and has worked in improvisation since 2003. He has been affiliated with various improv organizations such as the Canadian Improv Games, UBC Improv and Instant Theatre, and has offered improv programs in a professional development context.

Andrew Chen is an adjunct professor at the Sauder School of Business. He has been teaching improvisation since 2006 and designed the Improvisation for Leaders program at UBC. He has also helped develop the Corporate Improv Program at the Globe Theatre in Regina Saskatchewan and continues to work in youth skill development through the Canadian Improv Games. Andrew holds 2 Canadian Comedy Award group nominations, and his BComm and MFRE from the University of British Columbia.

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