Andrew returned, January 2015, to Krowne Certified Public Accountants after a five-year stint as Controller and Director of Facilities at a major Los Angeles marketing company, at which he added a variety of skill sets to his resumé. He now brings a private industry perspective to his accounting experience. Andrew’s extensive IT background, which includes owning and running his own IT company for 22 years, allows him to advise clients as to more efficient means of handling financial data, as well as streamlining their own business methods. He cares for his clients, both professionally and personally, which translates into an extraordinary level of service. Client satisfaction and retention are paramount.
Currently, Andrew’s skills are being utilized as Treasurer of the Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council, part of the government of the City of Los Angeles. In 2016, Andrew uncovered one of the most significant instances of misuse of public funds ever seen in the Neighborhood Council system.
Andrew is very active in the Community, having been a member of the Pomelo Community Charter Elementary Governance Council and Budget and Technology Committees, the Vice Chairman of the Topeka Charter SAS Governance Council and President of Topeka Drive PTA. He is the founder of Voters For Environmental Responsibility, an organization working to improve the environmental health of the San Fernando Valley and the greater Los Angeles basin, as well as creating the Environmental Health Tracker, a mobile app enabling communities to crowd-source health symptom data.
Andrew obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and is a member of Delta Mu Delta the International Honor Society for Business.
In his free time he can be seen coaching his five children in a variety of sports, playing on adult basketball and softball teams, or assisting his wife’s clothing distribution business. He is a super-fan of the Los Angeles Kings and San Francisco Giants.