Director, Counterculture Wales
Andrew’s work includes fundraising, business development, strategy, and governance. His recent projects include working with Warrington Council to secure £2.5m of Town’s Fund funding for the refurbishment of the Pyramid Arts Centre, writing Durham’s 2025 Capital of Culture bid (which has seen them through to the final four candidate cities), and working with Equilibrium investment management as a philanthropy advisor for their in-house trust and to their clients. Other recent clients include University of Kent, Westonbirt the National Arboretum, West Northamptonshire Council and People’s History Museum in Manchester. Andrew is also a director of not-for-profit company Diversify Your Talent, which provides consultancy and recruitment support to cultural and creative organisations looking to diversify their workforce.
Before working as a consultant, Andrew had a long career in the charity sector, most recently as Director of Development at National Museums Liverpool, and, before that, as Head of Marketing and Development at Bluecoat arts centre. He has an MA in Law from St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, and an M.Th. in theology from University of Wales. Andrew is a full member of the Institute of Fundraising.
Andrew is Vice-President of the National Library of Wales and a trustee of the Equilibrium Foundation grantmaking trust.