Andrew has practiced in every facet of the IT industry. He has started and exited several technology businesses, and has a unique blend of skills and expertise that includes executive management, mobile app development, data warehousing, business intelligence, stakeholder engagement, ICT/Data governance, strategy and entrepreneurship.
He has consulted extensively to Government, Not for Profit and Private sector clients across Australia and New Zealand.
In late 2018 Andrew pivoted from strategic advisory consulting to executive leadership in Data Governance Management. First role was as founder of the Data Governance program at Australian Government regulator Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (accc.gov.au) (the US equivalent is the Federal Trade Commission).
In late 2019 he joined one of Australia’s Tier 1 international banks ANZ, as Data Governance Manager in their Group Risk division. One of his key responsibilities is operationalisation of ANZ Enterprise Data Governance framework including embedding of BCBS239 Risk Data Governance into the Group Risk Information Delivery team.
Andrew is committed to giving back to the community and is proud to have been invited to be a mentor of MBA students for the University of Adelaide since 2017 and more recently as a mentor of start-up entrepreneurs hosted by the University of Adelaide ThincLab incubator.
In a volunteer capacity he has also since 1983, served on community governing boards of several not for profit community associations. He currently holds Life Memberships with the Hellenic Club of Canberra and with Fresh Broadcasters Incorporated, the license holder for Community Radio Station www.fresh927.com.au. Andrew is currently also on the management committee of the Foundation of Hellenic Studies in Adelaide.
Andrew is presently Vice President of the Data Management Association of Australia, and advisor to the international Leader’s Data Organisation.
Andrew is leading a team of international speakers on a panel session on “The role of Empathy in delivery of Data Governance programs” at the 16th Annual CDOIQ Symposium at MIT Boston July 2022.