About Andrew

Andrew was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, to a 4th-generation Army officer and an Army nurse.  His formative years were spent at various Army posts, ranging from San Francisco to Heidelberg, Germany.  After retiring from the Army, his father was both a City Finance Director and a City Manager in Lodi, California.  After graduating from high school there, Andrew received a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations and History from Kent State University.

His professional career had taken him across the United States before BNY Mellon brought him to the Pittsburgh region to be the Chief Administrative Officer for Public Finance and a member of the BNY Mellon Pennsylvania Executive Team in 2010.  He chose to settle in Mt. Lebanon because of the excellent qualities it possesses that make it an ideal community in which to live and raise a family.

In 2015, Andrew founded Aquorn, Inc. and brought together his passions for good government and technology.  The company specializes in providing cloud-based financial management and analytics services to large and small public agencies across the United States.  

Married in 2002, Andrew and Corey have three children in Mt Lebanon schools, Aidan (17), Audrey (16), and Analie (11).

Continuing a long tradition of thoughtful civic engagement and energetic community involvement.


Community Involvement

  • Vice Chair - CONNECT

  • Parking Facilities Advisory Board Member

  • Assistant Coach, MLSA

  • Assistant Scoutmaster, Troop 284

Strategic Thinker

  • Founder of technology company specializing in Public Agency Fiscal Administration, Oversight & Transparency

  • Over 15 years professional experience providing strategic advice on capital planning, tax policy and debt issuance to large and small public agencies across the United States.

  • Led nationwide efforts to promote transparency in public spending during the 2008-2009 financial crisis.

  • Advocate for Smart Cities, Green Building, Improved Waste Management, Sustainable Development and fiscal prudence.