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Andrew's research interests intersect between disaster preparedness and nonprofit management, where he investigates power dynamics within NGOs and their funders. Approaching disaster events from a critical perspective, he seeks to understand the realities faced on the ground through qualitative interviewing, document analysis, and supporting quantitative data. Andrew is committed to advancing these fields beyond theory; he brings his hands-on experience working with coffee communities and local nonprofit organizations into the classroom.

Andrew's teaching style is characterized by innovation and a hands-on approach, fostering collaboration and inclusivity. He believes in the power of academia to drive positive change and seeks to collaborate with organizations to enrich his research further. In the classroom, he aims to create an environment that fosters open dialogue, encourages students to challenge their assumptions, and engages them with different perspectives.