A Colorado native, Andrew is a Co-Founder of GTECH and a committed practitioner of creative social and environmental responsibility. He has studied and worked in the fields of renewable energy, resource management, public policy and community development for the past 10 years, and continues to earn the title of social entrepreneur.
Andrew completed his undergraduate work in Washington DC at American University, and studied oceanography at Woods Hole while on a tall ship Schooner. He has deconstructed buildings in Colorado, installed solar electric systems in South America and participated in a Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs in St. Louis. Andrew completed his Masters in Public Policy and Management at The Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University in 2007 with a concentration on sustainable community development. Co-Founding GTECH in the spring of 2007, Andrew was a recipient of a 2008 Echoing Green Fellowship, and a 2010 Hitachi Foundation Yoshiyama Fellow. He lives in Pittsburgh with his wife Julie and enjoys chopping fire wood.
Specialties: creative problem solving, group facilitation, the NorthWest Tact, and the fine art of entrepreneurial burrito making