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Andrew is a member of the World Champion team Belmont ENACTUS (Formerly Belmont SIFE),  he is also the founder and Executive Director of PhilanthroTeach. Andrew is a senior Social Entrepreneurship major at Belmont University and has a wide array of experience relating to Non-profit organizations. He founded and served as President of All About Kids, Inc. (a youth community action organization) for nearly five years before launching GrantWorks (a grant writing consultation company providing grant proposal services to non-profit organizations). Andrew currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Nashville Chapter of Social Enterprise Alliance, My Friends House Family and Children Services, and is actively involved in Belmont Volunteers for Literacy and Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE). Some of his previous employment experiences include positions at the Nashville Symphony Orchestra, Publix Supermarkets, Whippoorwill Farm Day Camp, and United Recovery Services. Past accomplishments include the SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) USA National Championship Award 2012, SIFE Service Leadership Award, Hale Leadership Award (Belmont University), Bruin Award (Belmont University), Volunteer Service Award (Governor of Tennessee), the President’s Volunteer Service Award presented by the Corporation for National and Community Service, Volunteer Service Award from My Friend’s House family and Children Services, recognition by the Tennessee General Assembly in the passing of Joint House Resolution No. 1018, Congressional Recognition by U.S. Representative Marsha Blackburn, and a Bronze Medalist in the Prudential Spirit of Community Service Awards.

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