A New Jersey native, Wake Forest University alumnus, and greater Atlanta resident, Andrew currently is the director of Creative Community Solutions, which provides a range of education based services (ranging from student tutoring, coaching, ACT/SAT/ASVAB test prep for individuals, schools, and community organizations), press/media services (for events and entities to better interface with radio, television, print/online media, and related outlets). As a board member and program manager for the LEAD Foundation, Inc. he he oversees year-round programming including the foundation's male-mentoring, co-ed leadership development, college tours, and summer camps for middle and high school students. As the foundation's director of the Katherine Snorton Scholarship Program, the program has provided over $100,000 in scholarship opportunities for metro-Atlanta high school seniors and college students.
An accomplished and growing presence as an author, his first release, “Deeper than your deepest sleep: thoughts on love with Joseph Snorton (2017)” and subsequent release, "9 stories of faith: volume 1 (2018)" are rated as top-1000 reads (2019) via the Author Academy Awards. He has served as a presenting author or speaker for the Mississippi Book Festival/Jackson, MS (2017-19), East of the River Book Festival/Washington, DC (2018), African-American Family Book Festival/Detroit, MI (2019), and others, including having his book available at select stores in Atlanta, Macon (GA), Greenville (SC), Spartanburg (SC), Charlotte, Detroit, Madisonville (KY), Jackson (MS), and his alma mater, Wake Forest University.
His civic engagement includes serving on multiple community-based organizations such as Family Food Festival (formerly Real Men Cook-Atlanta), a charter member of several chapters of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc (based in Duluth and Loganville-Conyers, GA), former president of the board for T. Lang Dance Company, along with media appearances for various radio outlets in Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, and Jackson (MS). Within Wake Forest, he has served as president of the Association of Wake Forest University Black Alumni, a board member of the Alumni Council, and is presently a member of the Greek Alumni Advisory Board, Alumni-in-Admissions, and the Deacon Club.