Advisor Solutions Manager
Andrew graduated from Creighton University’s Heider College of Business with degrees in Financial Analysis and Business Intelligence and Analytics. He joined the Carson Group team as an intern in 2013 where he worked closely with the Marketing, Operations, and Client Relations teams as well as our Carson Group Partners. Andrew joined the Carson Group team full time in July 2016 as a Strategic Opportunities Associate and looks forward to continuing to assist partners and the team reach their goals.
While going to school full-time Andrew co-founded JayClean, an on-campus dry-cleaning business for student’s faculty and staff at Creighton University. For his work founding JayClean Andrew was nominated as Student Entrepreneur of the year in 2015 by the Silicon Prairie News and an inaugural recipient of the International Franchising Association Next Gen in Franchising finalist award. He was heavily involved on Creighton’s campus as a fellow in the Heider College of Business Dean’s Fellows Program and serving as a member of the advisory board, the Anna Tyler Waite Leadership Program, past President of Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity and the 2014-2015 Executive Director of Creighton Universities 3-Day Startup program.
Andrew is an avid sports fan but especially likes soccer. He volunteers as a youth soccer coach in Omaha and is active with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands and Habitat for Humanity. When not watching or coaching sports or mentoring Andrew enjoys cooking, reading and pretty much anything outdoors.
Getting to know Andrew
Favorite food: In-n-Out – the struggle is real for every West Coaster living in the wasteland east of In-n-Out
Best piece of financial advice received: “A dollar saved is a dollar earned” Andrew’s Dad…and I am sure 1,000’s of others!
Favorite book: “Quiet Strength: The Principles, Practices, and Priorities of a Winning Life” by Tony Dungy
What motivates Andrew: New things, people, obstacles, journeys, friendships, adventures…anything that pushes him outside of his comfort zone and challenges him to try something new.
Something on Andrew’s bucket list: Attend every major sporting event in the United States by 40 and in the world by 60 (yes, he does have a list if you are curious!), visit all 50 states and 7 continents, walk across the Great Wall of China, learn to sail, hike a 14’er in Colorado, and stand on the field at kickoff of a USC vs. Notre Dame football game. FIGHT ON!