Deputy DirectorAndrew has nearly a decade of experience working with community leaders and elected officials across the country to build movements, craft communications and affect change on a wide range of issues. As deputy director of the Center for Earth Ethics, he manages a wide variety of programs focused on changing both policies and culture to advance the sustained well-being of the people of the world.A graduate of the Union Theological Seminary, Andrew began his career as a youth representative to the United Nations Rio+20 Conference in Brazil in 2012. He serves on the board for the Oregon Chapter of the Sierra Club. A native of Oregon, Andrew and his wife, Emily, currently live in Portland.
From the Blog
A problem with climate change is that no one knows what’s going to come next. Yes there are climate models – some from nearly 40 years ago – that accurately predict the moment we are in: record floods, incredible droughts, dwindling snowpacks, and a full ⅓ of the year consumed… Read more
Not many people know where Allensworth, CA is. Of all the people I asked in Fresno only one had heard of it. Allensworth is a small town about 30 miles north of Bakersfield that according to the last census is home to 471 people. The town leadership says its closer… Read more