About Andrew

Andrew was born in Salt Lake City and attended both public and private schools before graduating from the Waterford School. He attended and graduated from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine where he played soccer for the Polar Bears. He was also able to spend two years in Montreal and Quebec Canada as a missionary for the LDS church.

A deep interest in public policy and service lead to pursuing a masters degree in social work at the University of Utah and career working with the homeless, those suffering from addictions or mental illness and others living in poverty.  Andrew is currently a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with Volunteers of America, Utah.

Andrew is married to Clarisa Branham, a Salt Lake City native, and they have a (brilliant and beautiful) daughter named Caroline. The whole family loves being outdoors, gardening, bicycling, hiking and playing together.