Andy is an experienced prospect research analyst and fundraising professional. He specializes in researching and assessing the wealth of high-net-worth individuals, identifying individual and foundation prospects, and analyzing constituent pools to inform strategy. His success comes from his collaborative style, breadth of experience, and commitment to client service.

Andy has used the leading tools in the prospect research field for individual and foundation research, as well as screening and analyzing constituent pools. Through the combination of tools and experience, he is able to offer critical insights to fundraisers that build pipelines and elevate asks.

Prior Experience

Prior to joining Schultz & Williams, Andy was a prospect research analyst at Cornell University for more than eight years. In this role, he supported development officers and program managers across the university’s development department.

In recent years he was the primary prospect research partner for Cornell’s College of Arts & Sciences, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, and Cornell Tech. Prior to working at Cornell, Andy was an analyst at Clayton Fixed Income Services, a financial services firm. Before that he worked in direct response fundraising and donor services for the Lambi Fund of Haiti and the International Rescue Committee.

Recent S&W Clients

  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington
  • Chautauqua Institution
  • Center for Architecture and Design


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism – Penn State University
  • Master’s Degree in Global Finance, Trade, and Economic Integration – University of Denver