Andrew recently earned an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, majoring in Marketing and Operations, and an M.A. in International Studies from the Lauder Institute. At Wharton, Andrew published an article on Russian grocery chains, served as Lauder Student Advisory Board President, received First Year Honors, and was named to the Director’s List. He is finishing his last courses on exchange at Insead in Fontainebleau, France.
Before business school, Andrew spent three years at The Boston Consulting Group and—prior to that—four years researching and teaching corporate best practices at CEB, Inc.
Early in his career, Andrew studied at night to earn an M.A. in European and Eurasian studies at The George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs (#7 university globally for Master’s programs in international affairs), specializing in international business and economics.
Andrew completed his undergraduate studies at Wake Forest University, where he earned a B.A. in political science with honors, along with minors in Russian and Economics. He was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Sigma Alpha (Political Science honors society), and studied abroad in Irkutsk and St. Petersburg, Russia.
As an undergraduate, Andrew tutored NCAA Division I student-athletes in economics and political science. At CEB and BCG, he led workshops, presentations, and webinars teaching data-based insights and corporate best practices to clients. At Wharton, Andrew was a Teaching Assistant for undergraduate Marketing Strategy, focusing heavily on improving students’ abilities to write clearly and concisely while formulating a cohesive argument. He has edited countless MBA admissions essays, advised MBA candidates, and given numerous consulting case interviews.
Andrew is originally from Bozeman, Montana. In his spare time, he enjoys skiing, hiking, camping, and being outdoors. He plays golf and began rock climbing—although is far from proficient at either.