Andrew joined NEA in 2014 as an Associate and focuses on enterprise and consumer technology investments. He is currently based in Beijing where he works with NEA's China investing practice and is a Schwarzman Scholar at Tsinghua University. Andrew is a Board Director of CCP Games, Qadium, and IONQ, and is actively involved in NEA’s investments in Code42, Curalate, Duolingo, Pocket, ThreatQuotient, and TrackMaven. Prior to NEA, Andrew was on the Mergers & Acquisitions team at Blackstone in New York. In addition, Andrew co-founded Flicstart, a nationwide on-demand movie screening company.
Andrew graduated with Phi Beta Kappa honors from Cornell University, where he studied Economics in the College of Arts and Sciences and Science of Earth Systems in the College of Engineering. Andrew serves on the Advisory Council for Entrepreneurship at Cornell, is President Emeritus of the Cornell Venture Capital Club, and is a Board Member of the National Udall Scholarship Association focusing on issues related to environmental sustainability.