Andy currently serves as the Climate Fund Manager at the Park City Community Foundation. Hailing from Chicago, he ventured westward to collaborate with the National Park Service. In 2008, with the support of over 30 public and private partnerships, Andy pioneered a natural resources education program for the U.S. Forest Service in northern California. His decade-long leadership of an environmental education site on the Oregon coast for a consortium of Northwest Oregon school districts earned him a spotlight on PBS NewsHour, thanks to his innovative collaborative strategies.
Adding to his academic accomplishments, Andy received a Master’s in Educational Business Administration in 2018. True to his passion for seasonal work, he consistently dedicated his winter months, from 2006 to 2021, to the Sundance Film Festival. In 2018, Andy and his long-time partner tied the knot, choosing Park City as their forever home.
Andy’s commitment to the community shines through his active participation in numerous committees and boards, such as More than Music, Community Foundation Climate Collaborative, Park City’s Green Business Program, Park City’s Sustainable Tourism, and the feasibility study for the Bonanza Park project. When not immersed in professional or community endeavors, Andy and his wife, Brittnie, savor the myriad activities that Park City’s seasons offer. They’re also proud curators of an impressive board game collection.