Andy manages the Watershed Protection program, which focuses on protecting and restoring water quality in the Delaware River watershed. He oversees a team organized around three related strategies: research, data collection, monitoring and advocacy with watershed-wide implications; on-the-ground restoration and preservation work and monitoring in specific subwatersheds in the Delaware River basin; and building the constituency for watershed protection by engaging people involved in outdoor activities on the Circuit, Greater Philadelphia’s 750-mile regional trail network.
Previously, Andy worked for the Pennsylvania Environmental Council, where he was Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President, and in the policy office of New Jersey Governor Thomas Kean. He has been involved in local government in Haddonfield, NJ, where he was chair of the borough planning board for more than ten years. He has an M.P.A. from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and a B.A. from Gettysburg College.