Biography

TRANSWESTERN ROLE

Andrew is Transwestern's market expert and thought leader for commercial real estate in the Dallas+Fort Worth markets, collaborating with internal and external clients to provide insight across every service line and property type in the company's portfolio. As Research Manager, he designs and manages projects that include preparation and delivery of custom reports and presentations, data collection and analysis, and production of creative research.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Prior to joining Transwestern, Andrew served as Research Analyst for Newmark Knight Frank, where he contributed to land, multifamily, and private equity projects valued at over $950 million. Before that, he served as analyst with the Allen Economic Development Corporation, where he contributed to office, flex, data center, and mixed-use projects exceeding $4 billion in value, all while developing a full research program and international award-winning marketing collateral. Andrew's experience assessing and meeting Research needs across a full spectrum of audiences in high volume environments allows him to uncover what really matters: developing strong market intelligence and strategies that connect the dots between research, operational success, and financial performance for Transwestern's clients whether they're owners, investors, managers, developers, or users of commercial real estate.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION / RECOGNITION

Andrew completed his bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Texas at Dallas and earned his Master of City and Regional Planning from the University of Texas Arlington, where he received multiple appointments as a Graduate Research Assistant.

EDUCATION

In his spare time, Andrew designs and maintains the website and marketing materials of the McKinney Avenue Transit Authority, the non-profit organization that operates the M-LINE Trolley in Uptown Dallas. Andrew also volunteers with Casa del Lago, teaching English as a Second Language in the Northwest Dallas / Bachman Lake community.