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Andrew Moses is the Vice President of Business Development & Marketing at MorganFranklin Consulting, a national management advisory firm that helps organizations of all sizes solve complex finance, technology, and business challenges. 

A super connector and thought leader, Andrew organizes one of the largest networking dinner series in the US for finance and business leaders and has authored content for Forbes, The Huffington Post, and other publications featuring insights from his interviews with business, sports, and media personalities.

In 2013, Andrew became the youngest alumni ever to win the Alumni Volunteer of the Year Award—awarded once per year by the Penn State Alumni Association, the world’s largest dues paying alumni association.

In 2007, based on his belief that college students represent the world's next generation of leaders, he co-founded Autism Speaks U—a national initiative of Autism Speaks that has since engaged students from universities and colleges across more than 25 states in advocacy, awareness, and fundraising that has resulted in more than $7 million raised. 


Andrew is a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and earned his B.S. in Accounting from Penn State University with a minor in Labor and Industrial Relations as well as a Masters Degree from Seton Hall University.

He resides in Northern Virginia with his wife, Lauren, and their two daughters. When Andrew's not pulling the proverbial tarp, he is cheering on his beloved Penn State Nittany Lions and anxiously waiting for a New York Mets World Series parade. 

His personal mantra. You guessed it. Everybody pulls the tarp!


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