Andrew has been leading change management and process improvement efforts for seven years, and has worked with a wide range of private, public, and international organizations. He approaches change with a careful combination of empathy, which he’s developed through his support of diverse stakeholders across industry and cultural lines, and structure, refined through experience with solving complex problems and through formal training in project management.
Prior to joining Notion Consulting, Andrew led clients through change management, business strategy, and talent initiatives with Eagle Hill Consulting, a Washington, DC-based management consulting firm. He climbed the ranks to a managerial role at Eagle Hill, leading large teams of consultants, where his impact included leading a healthcare organization to adopt a new IT system in the midst of increased workload due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and improving historically low employee engagement within a security organization. Before Eagle Hill, Andrew worked for Management Systems International, an international development consulting firm based in DC, where he helped international affairs organizations collaborate across cultural and linguistic barriers to achieve outcomes globally in policy areas such as judicial reform, education, and governance, mostly in Latin America.
Andrew has a master’s degree in Spanish from Middlebury College, which he completed while living abroad in Madrid, Spain, and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Spanish from College of the Holy Cross. He is bilingual in English and Spanish. In addition, he holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute.
Outside of work, Andrew enjoys staying active – whether it’s lifting weights at the gym, running outside, playing in a recreational ice hockey league, golfing, yoga, or picking up a casual game of just about anything. He’s an avid skier during the winter and excitedly keeps tabs on snow patterns throughout the American West. To take breaks from all the activity, he prioritizes reading, TV, podcasts, and time with friends and family.
Disruption is difficult, but it doesn’t have to be dehumanizing. We create structures for change that never forget the people behind the movement you’re building.