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J. Andrew Carl

Childhood Hero

Davy Crockett and Ronald Reagan

First Concert

Pink Floyd's Division Bell at the Vet 

Coffee Order

Flat White with an extra shot and 3 sugars

First Car

1996 Ford Explorer 

Favorite TV Show

Anything written by Arron Sorkin. and The Wire.

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My Story

A Philadelphia native, Andrew has led a diverse professional life. Early roles as a legislative aide, and campaign staffer, prepared him for a career advising elected officials, political campaigns, Fortune 100 companies, non-profits, and startups on strategy, marketing, grassroots organizing, and public affairs.


After attending Millersville University, Andrew served as the Deputy Field & Political Director for Sam Katz’s 1999 Campaign for Mayor of Philadelphia, 


Since serving as deputy executive director to the House Republican Campaign Committee in 2000, Andrew served as one of John Perzel’s top advisors and strategist on political and governmental matters until Perzel left the legislature.


For a decade, Andrew worked for two of the State’s top political consulting firms, where he oversaw general strategy, the television and new media strategies for nearly every special election, and a majority of tier-one campaigns, which kept the House Republicans in the Majority.


In 2011 Andrew was drawn to the world of technology and startups, where he helped launch a startup social network focused on politics. 


Afterward, he transitioned to a boutique PaaS/SaaS firm which leverages its technology as an equity investment in startups. 


Starting in 2016, Andrew worked with BSI Consulting on several projects. He joined BSI Consulting full-time in 2017, where he oversees BSI Consulting’s business development and business strategy consulting practice, as well as working with John and Val on various projects.


Raised in a political family, Andrew grew up learning grassroots politics and the importance of messaging, fundraising, and research, the same way most children learn how to hold a bat and throw a fastball. A volunteer on many campaigns in his youth, Andrew figures he registered close to 500 voters before he could vote himself.


Andrew and his wife and son live just outside of Philadelphia’s city limits.


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