Since April 2013, Andrew has served as Director of Purdue Polytechnic New Albany, Purdue University. In this role, Andrew oversees operations for the New Albany site, which serves Southern Indiana and Metro Louisville. Andrew is focused on increasing student enrollment and overall retention success, building and expanding a community presence, pursuing business and educational partnerships, adding degree programs according to community need, and building a philanthropic tradition.
In November 2016, Andrew began work to launch a campaign for the US Senate, for Indiana. He suspended his campaign in February 2018.
Before joining Purdue University, Andrew served as Executive Director of College Advancement for Ivy Tech Community College Southern Indiana, a post he held for seven years. Prior to that role, Andrew served as Manager of Alumni Affairs & Special Events at IU Southeast.
Andrew has devoted countless hours of service to civic, faith, and charitable causes in the Southern Indiana community. He currently serves on the Christ Gospel Churches International Board of Directors and the St. Elizabeth Catholic Charities Advisory Council.
Formerly, Andrew served on the Clark Memorial Hospital Foundation Board of Directors, the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana Board of Directors, the Leadership Southern Indiana Executive Board of Directors, the Goodwill Southern Indiana Board of Directors, and the One Southern Indiana Advocacy Council. He also served on the Region 10 Works Council, having been appointed by then-Indiana Governor Mike Pence.
Andrew earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communication from IU Southeast and his Masters of Arts degree in Philanthropic Studies from the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, at IUPUI.
In 2005, Andrew was named in the 30 Under 30 To Watch by the Indiana University Alumni Association magazine. In 2009, the Community Action of Southern Indiana recognized him as a Man of Distinction. In 2012, he received the Twenty Under 40 Award by the News and Tribune/ Southern Indiana Business Source magazine. In 2013, Andrew was named a Business First Forty Under 40 Award honoree. In 2014, he received the inaugural James W. Robinson Young Professional of the Year Award by One Southern Indiana. And in 2019, Andrew was recognized by Louisville's Business First as 20 People to Know in Education.
Andrew and his wife, Ann, live in Floyds Knobs, Indiana, with their three children, Grace, Emma, and Benjamin. They also have a Goldendoddle dog, Teddy, and three chickens, Biscuit, Angel, and Harriet.