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Biography

Andrew leads the strategic planning, development and oversight of a portfolio of employer engagement functions spanning across King's, including oversight of all employer relations and business development, events and internships in the UK and internationally, together with growing areas of experiential learning and student placements.

Additionally, as Employer, Industry & Higher Education Institution Relations Service Lead across King's, he supports internal stakeholders and academic colleagues to deliver world-class partnerships with external partners including developing King's strategy and associated infrastructure for relations with industry and other higher education institutions globally.

Working with a variety of organisations, industry bodies and stakeholders he ensures our partners are kept abreast of news and developments and that King's remains a top target for employers around the world.  He sits on a number of King's committees, including the College London Committee and #KingsLocal Oversight Group and is a member of the Education & Students Leadership Team.

At a national level, Andrew is Co-Chair of the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS) Employer Engagement Task Group, and delivers national training to the profession as a qualified AGCAS trainer. He is convenor & inaugural chair of the Russell Group Employer Engagement Heads Forum and sits on the ISE's Research & Policy Steering Group, and Placements Advisory Board for Santander's Corporate & Commercial Bank.

He has extensive knowledge of key international markets including China and Europe, with a specialist interest in careers and entry-level recruitment in North America, where he has worked in numerous cities including New York City and Washington D.C. Alongside working with employers, he regularly delivers student Future Advantage workshops including specialist delivery for students from China, India, the United States and Europe.

Andrew is a graduate of The London School of Economics and Political Science and also holds a PGCert in Teaching & Learning in Higher Education from the University of London.