Andrew joined the DCIS Foundation board because he strongly believes that exposing young minds to fantastic experiences will create lifetime lovers of learning and promote global citizenship. He has been lucky to have many travel experiences large and small, and wants to help others light that spark at a young age.
Andrew makes his home in Denver’s Baker neighborhood with his wife and two young boys (one who attends DCIS-Fairmont and one who will join him there in the fall of 2019). While Denver is a fantastic home base, Andrew is always ready for the next travel adventure. He has lived in five states (including two years on the Big Island of Hawaii).
Domestic travel highlights include visiting over 20 Major League Baseball stadiums, many hours spent wandering around the nation’s capital, and most recently to seeing the redwoods and walking (halfway) across a very windy Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
Feeling blessed to get out of the country on a number of occasions, Andrew has also been to Mexico City, spent a month in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and toured the Bran Castle in the mountains of Romania. His foreign sports-watching highlight was seeing Rafael Nadal best a tennis opponent on the red clay at his home tournament in Barcelona.