Andrew joins the USGLC from Wounded Warrior Project, where he worked in the Washington DC office. In this role, he provided support to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and helped build a network of veterans throughout the Mid-Atlantic. During this time, he served as the Howard County Chamber of Commerce Director of Legislative Affairs, working with state and local partners to improve the business climate in Maryland. Andrew spent five years on active duty, and continues to serve as a Marine with the 2nd Civil Affairs Group in Washington, DC. He graduated from Catholic University with a B.A. in Politics.
As we celebrate 239 years of freedom in the United States on this July 4th, we honor the millions of Americans who defend the cause of freedom here at home and around the world. It seemed a fitting opportunity to post the first of many upcoming conversations with members of USGLC’s Veterans for Smart Power. Nearly 30,000 strong, these former servicemembers understand firsthand why we need a strong, balanced foreign policy to keep America safe and secure, and share a commitment to elevating and strengthening civilian tools of development and diplomacy, alongside defense. Captain Jim Morin is one of them.