Andrew is currently president of the Houston Angel Network, where he has invested in numerous companies spanning across a broad range of industries such as consumer products, internet-enabled businesses, enterprise software, cleantech, and life sciences. In several of these investments he serves on the board, advisory board, or as a board observer. Andrew also currently serves as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence with the Houston Technology Center.
Previously, Andrew was an executive at Reliant Energy, where he helped transition the company to a fully deregulated electricity market. While at Reliant, Andrew was responsible for all interactive marketing efforts including online advertising, online customer service, online customer acquisition, and the company’s website. Prior to Reliant, Andrew held various management and executive roles with Compaq Computer, including being a member of the start-up team that ultimately led to the iPAQ PDA. Prior to Compaq, Andrew was a consultant with Coopers & Lybrand, focusing on the telecommunications and computer industries. Andrew holds a B.S. with a concentration in entrepreneurship from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he was named both a Benjamin Franklin Scholar and a University Scholar.