Andrew is the Partner Manager for Link at Intersection, an urban technology company based in New York City. Intersection’s flagship project, Link, provides high-speed, free public Wi-Fi, phone calls, device charging, and access to city services and maps to over a dozen cities in the United States and UK.
Originally from California, Andrew graduated from UC Berkeley with a double major in Sociology and Political Science. In undergrad he served as a senator representing a coalition of LGBT student organizations in Berkeley’s student government and helped organize protests against budget cuts to public higher education. After graduation, Andrew interned in Washington DC for Congressman Mark Takano, and then moved to New York City in 2013 to complete the Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs.
Since moving to New York City, Andrew has spent most of his volunteer time supporting LGBT organizations and knocking on doors for progressive political campaigns. Currently he serves as Co-President of Stonewall Quarter Share (SQS), a giving circle that provides young donors the opportunity to make targeted grants to LGBTQ programs and services serving high-need members of the community. In his three years on the Leadership Council, Andrew has co-chaired the Grants Committee and the Host Committee for SQS’s largest annual fundraiser, Revel.
In his spare time, Andrew enjoys playing with his cat, Dorian, discussing politics and public policy, cooking, and running.