I would have to say that one of the most memorable moments was working election monitoring for The Carter Center. Traveling to places like Nepal, Guyana and Egypt for very important elections for their country and seeing how much voting means to people. We take it for granted here in the US with usually very low voter turnouts. In these countries people will literally travel hours each way just to have their vote heard. It was both inspiring and humbling to see.
Andrew began as a freelance event specialist at Jasculca Terman before joining full-time to lead the firm’s events management and international advance division in 2005.
In 2009, Andrew served as trip director for the Carter Center, providing strategic direction, advance services and managed event logistics and media relations for a fundraising and awareness mission to the Middle East and North Africa by President Carter and a senior delegation. Recently, Andrew served as co-project manager for the U.S.-Saudi Arabian Business Opportunities Forum, where he developed a transportation strategy that included the arrivals and departures for high-level international attendees, as well as a myriad of movements to various events scheduled throughout the city during the week.
Andrew graduated from Marquette University with a bachelor’s degree in communications studies.