Andy has over 35 years of energy industry and consulting experience, and currently serves on the Board of Green Hydrogen International (GHI), a global hydrogen project development company. Andy also currently serves as an instructor on the Energy Transition and Hydrogen at the University of Houston. He previously served as an Independent Director of FlexGen Power Systems (FPS), a leading Battery Energy Storage System provider, where he also formerly served as Interim CEO and Chief Strategy Officer.
Earlier consulting roles included forming and leading KPMG’s U.S. Energy and Chemicals strategy business. Prior to that, he served as the Houston office managing partner and in various North American and global energy sector leadership roles at Booz & Company, and as a senior partner at McKinsey & Company where he spent 17 years serving clients across the energy value chain. He began his career at ExxonMobil as a Production Operations Engineer.
He is Chairman of the Board of the Center for Houston’s Future (CFH). The Center is an affiliate of the Greater Houston Partnership, focused on longterm issues and opportunities facing the Greater Houston area (e.g., energy transition leadership, immigration, health care). Andy earned a BS in Chemical Engineering at Purdue University and an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. His son, Mark, resides at Daymark Living, a residence for those with neurological differences, in Waxhachie, TX.