Vice President of Student and Community Services
Andy joined Para Los Niños in 2009 as Clinical Program Manager of Family Preservation. Now, as Vice President of Student and Community Services, he is responsible for managing all administrative, programmatic, grant writing, evaluative, and financial aspects for Para Los Niños’ Student and Community Services, including developing and implementing innovative strategies and mobilizing stakeholders and partners to ensure that all programs work together collectively to address the needs of students and families within our educational continuum and throughout communities in which we are located.
Prior to joining Para Los Niños, Andy worked in residential treatment, community mental health, and international education in Tennessee, California and Guatemala, respectively.
Andy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Biola University and a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary’s School of Psychology. Andy is also a Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT), has three rascally children, and enjoys a good pick-up game of soccer or basketball.