Andrew Marshall currently works as a program manager for the Center for Government Leadership at the Partnership. In this position he manages the many facets of the Excellence in Government Fellows program, including project management and program design. The program aims to strengthen leadership across federal agencies among GS-14 and GS-15 federal employees.
Andrew joined the Partnership in June 2010 as the FedExperience Program Coordinator. In this capacity, he orchestrated the Partnership's pilot effort to bring experienced professionals into encore careers of public service. He managed an outreach campaign to job seekers, held workshops to improve agency recruiting and hiring of experienced talent, and trained talent source representatives from the private sector and universities in order for them to advise their constituents on encore careers in government.
Previous to joining the Partnership, Andrew worked as the executive director of Grantwell, a philanthropic consulting organization. While in this role the organization doubled in size and its project portfolio grew significantly. Andrew also has worked for both The Salt Lake Tribune and The Desert News as a reporter, focusing his reporting on immigration, refugee, religious and environmental issues. He has worked extensively in nonprofit organizations in Porto, Portugal and Salt Lake City, Utah, using his Portuguese and Spanish fluency to serve the needs of refugees and immigrants.
Andrew holds a BA in Journalism from the University of Utah and graduated with his MPA from Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management. During the program he interned for a summer with the Government Accountability Office.
Andrew is originally from Salt Lake City, Utah. He is married and has two children.
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