Andrew has nurtured and managed a variety of partnerships with key stakeholders from the public sector, private industry, community groups and multi-agency initiatives throughout his career.
Following eight years as Head of Health and Voluntary Sector at the Welsh Language Board, he joined Stonewall Cymru as Director in 2010. He led Stonewall Cymru’s contributions to campaigns including Equal Marriage, reform of the Wales gender identity service, inclusion in sport and inclusive education and workplaces.
He is active in Welsh public life and has served on a number of networks including the Third Sector Partnership Council, the Welsh Government's Strategic Equality Board and the End Youth Homelessness Cymru Steering Committee. He is also a Trustee of TACT, the Adolescent and Children’s Trust.
Andrew was named third in the 2015 Pinc List of the 40 most influential LGBT people in Wales. He was a finalist in the 2016 Leaders in Wales Awards and in 2018 was honoured by the Gorsedd of the Bards. In 2019 he was appointed by the First Minister of Wales to the Advisory Committee on the St David Awards, the national awards for Wales.
He lives in Rhondda Cynon Taf with his husband and their son.