Andrew Greenberg is the National Data Manager with the PICO National Network, which is organizes faith communities to advocate for systematic change. He provides support, training, and coaching to 12 state federations, from Florida to Hawaii. He also manages national projects.
A Dallas/Fort Worth native, he received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Abilene Christian University. He taught English at the high school and college levels in Abilene, Dallas, and Fort Worth.
Andrew has worked on electoral and non-profit campaigns in Florida, Texas, Alaska, and Colorado. While working in Alaska in 2014, he was responsible for managing a team in the North Slope of Alaska, the country’s furtherest-north county. In Colorado in 2015, he provided data and outreach training and coaching for a coalition of 28 non-profits involved in Affordable Care Act outreach and enrollment.
In addition to his work with PICO, Andrew is on the Advisory Board for New Leaders Council Dallas, as well as the statewide board. He is heavily involved in his church, as well as the broader faith community in Dallas. He has served as an Alumni Trainer for Organizing for Action, and he was the Policy Vice President for the Texas Young Democrats.