Andrew joined SPMB in March of 2016 to work on the coveted Consumer Team. Prior to joining SPMB, Andrew spent some time as an Associate with an Executive Search firm based out of Manhattan Beach.
Andrew graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2015 with a degree in Geography/Environmental Studies and a minor in Geospatial Information Systems & Technology. He has experience utilizing both GIS and Remote Sensing applications having completed numerous projects over the course of his educational career.
Andrew was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and is an avid Bay Area sports fan. Outside of the office he enjoys playing volleyball, soccer, spikeball and dabbles in the art world. He recently traveled to Southeast Asia visiting beautiful Bali, the islands of Thailand, and exploring the coast of Vietnam.
Who would you trade places with for one month?
Andrew would trade places with The Most Interesting Man in the World from those popular beverage commercials. Who wouldn’t want to live vicariously through themselves? Don’t you want to win a staring contest with your own reflection? Sharks would have a week dedicated to Andrew and his signature would win the Pulitzer.
What’s the most non traditional job you’ve ever had?
Andrew spent over a year as a dishwasher in a university sized kitchen that served thousands of students and faculty daily. He learned to operate a decades old machine.
What non-profits have you been apart of?
Andrew spent some time in the Lower-Ninth Ward of New Orleans, Louisiana assisting the victims of Hurricane Katrina. He learned the basics of home construction and helped the locals rebuild their homes destroyed in the disaster. Andrew also traveled to South Dakota to the Pine Ridge Native American Reservation where his group assisted with several projects. Andrew learned to install electrical wiring for a woman’s home that had been struck by lightning.
What is the one thing people would be surprised to know about you?
Andrew has a twin brother; no, they are not identical.
Describe yourself in 3 words.
Not great with numbers.
What is the strangest thing you’ve ever eaten?
Ghost Pepper or Durian fruit. Never again.