- Class Year 2011, MAT 2012
- DegreeB.A. Spanish
As an undergraduate student at Loyola, Andy majored in Spanish and minored in sociology. He says Loyola’s clubs, organizations, and service-learning opportunities helped define his career goals, both past and present. Following his graduation in 2011, he moved abroad to serve in Managua, Nicaragua, through Cap Corps Midwest. He then worked as the international relations coordinator in the development office for CANTERA, a non-profit organization. Andy returned to Loyola in 2018 as assistant director for student supervision; he brings his experience facilitating cross-cultural relationships with volunteers and managing workshops regarding gender identity and sexuality to his role. Andy, who is originally from Ellicott City, Md., hopes to mentor students, encourage them to volunteer in and engage with the community, and help them answer some of society’s toughest questions. “Students who get involved with service learn the first step in being able to understand the greater realities of people living in our Baltimore community,” says Andy, who also completed his Master of Arts in Teaching from Loyola's School of Education in 2012.
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When walking around our campus, you can feel that this is a close-knit community, and I have always loved that about Loyola.