Andrew brings his diverse background in direct fieldwork, strategic health programming, cross-cultural communications, and multi-sectoral partnerships to Rabin Martin. He shares his international on-the-ground and direct patient care insights to advance client initiatives.
At Rabin Martin, he specializes in:
- Providing programming and communications support to improve access to quality healthcare for underserved communities
- Conducting research and analysis to inform thought leadership and drive innovative client strategies
- Crafting communications and content for clients’ external and internal use
Before joining the firm, Andrew developed and implemented public health programming in rural Nepal with the US Peace Corps. He created a real-time tracking system in the immediate aftermath of the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake locating missing trekkers to inform rescue operations. Prior to that, he worked on the Clinton Foundation’s internship program management team and on program development for the Clinton Global Initiative. Andrew was also an emergency medical technician for several years in his native New Hampshire.
BS, Medical Microbiology
University of New Hampshire