- Class Year 2017
- Degree B.A. Quantitative Economics
Andrew earned his Bachelor of Arts in Quantitative Economics with a minor in mathematics from Loyola. As a student, he was a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, the International Economics Honor Society. Following his graduation in 2017, he worked at Morgan Stanley in Baltimore. Andrew's experience at the financial services company gave him the skill set he needed to follow his desired career path; he credits his Loyola education, including courses in writing and reading, to helping him become a well-rounded employee. Today Andrew works as a business intelligence analyst at Greenspring Associates, a venture capital fund-of-fund firm in Owings Mills, Md., where he grew up. One of his favorite aspects of his job is being able to use programming languages to automate, streamline, and improve production. Andrew, who has certifications in Python, R, and MySQL, offers the following advice to a Loyola student interested in studying economics: Take programming classes to gain experience using data to solve real-world problems.
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The variety in classes at Loyola allowed me to learn about and try out different subjects, which helped me see what I really liked studying. The curriculum also gave me an opportunity to take on a number of complicated projects that required me to use a variety of sources to complete them. I use these same studying tactics to learn any skill needed to complete my work in my job.