Andrew is a Partner at Liberty. He uses his deep background in strategy, execution, organization design & change management, and operational experience to assist clients and ensure they have aggressive, but reachable goals on M&A and other transformations.
Andrew has over 25 years of professional experience in C-Level Management where he has built and led several organizations through major transformations and M&A transactions. Andrew’s career began in the White House Press Office under George H.W. Bush from 1991-1993. He later served as the Special Assistant to the UN Envoy in Somalia during the conflict in 1993. In March 2003, Andrew was also asked to direct and manage the merger of the four component agencies of CBP, including U.S. Customs, U.S. Border Patrol, INS inspections and Agriculture & Quarantine Inspections. Andrew was appointed by President George W. Bush in as the CFO for the Department of Homeland Security. From 2002-2004, he served as the U.S. Customs Service Chief of Staff. Until 2016, Andrew was the Managing Partner of U.S. Federal within IBM Global Business Services, while concurrently sitting on the North American Senior Leadership Team for GBS and the Worldwide Growth and Transformation Team led by the IBM CEO. Additionally, Andrew was the CEO of National Interest Security Company – an Information Technology Management Consulting Company serving the intelligence, Homeland Security, Dept. of Defense, Federal health, and energy marketplaces.
Andrew came to Liberty because of his colleagues’ obsession for outcomes and actions at clients, and he is humbled to be a Managing Partner at Liberty.