Having spoken at venues such as Google, Procter & Gamble, and the Georgia State Capitol Building, Andrew has been described as engaging and informative. He is an expert in the field of Wellness, and his lectures on Nutrition, Lifestyle, and Exercise make these complex subjects both entertaining and accessible. Additionally, Andrew is involved in Team In Training (www.teamintraining.org) where he inspires audiences with his own struggles and triumphs over Leukemia. Contact Andrew for more information.
Here are a few comments from people who have heard Andrew speak.
"Andrew was an incredibly knowledgeable and passionate speaker...His thought-provoking content kept everyone's attention."— Kathy Daly-Jennings; Head of Industry, Retail Practice for Google
"Andrew is a tremendous speaker, delivering his message flawlessly. He speaks with passion and conviction, and he inspired us all...."— Benjamin A. Thoele; MS, CSCS; President and Director, The FitWit Foundation, Inc.
"So after you left the academy today, I went to my office and boo-hooed for a minute because this afternoon I was reminded how grateful I am to have you in my life. Your talk today was so freaking inspirational that I feel like I have a new lease on life! I continue to be in awe of what you've done with your life and the attitude with which you live it. On top of that, I wasn't kidding or flattering you when I said that that was the biggest, strongest round of applause I have ever heard from the students. Every eye was on you while you were speaking and more kids approached you afterward than any other speaker I've ever seen here. You touched every single person in that room today. And your topic couldn't have been more perfect, because goal-setting and perseverance are big things at our school. I wanted to tell you all of this before you left, but I don't do touchy-feely real well. That's why I'm writing it instead.
I think this talk happened at the precise moment it should have and I can't thank you enough for taking time out of your busy schedule to make it happen.
Gratefully and thankfully,— Renee Weller; Guidance Counselor, Ben Franklin Academy