Andrew is an experienced fundraising director and consultant who has secured seven figure donations from both individual donors and grant-makers in areas including arts and heritage, health and community development. He has worked in close partnership with a number of universities and educational institutions to deliver strategic projects and has extensive knowledge and success in engaging statutory funders.
In his most recent role at National Museums Liverpool, Andrew transformed visitor donations and membership, secured £3.5m in capital funding and initial approval for a further £12.5m. He and his executive team delivered the museum’s biggest ever visitor numbers (4m, 2018/19) and facilitated the largest museum exhibition ever in the north of England (China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors).
Andrew’s passion is developing a deep understanding of both causes and donors, and is committed to seeing donors choose the right causes for the impact they want to make. He is also experienced in delivering strategic transformation, not just in fundraising teams, but across organisations in order to make them more resilient and effective in delivering their financial needs and their mission. He has an MA in Law from the University of Cambridge and a deep commitment to education and the environment.