Georgia State House 75

Meet Herman "Drew" Andrews

Drew Andrews is a retired veteran who served in the Army for 21 years. During his service, he participated in many humanitarian missions helping underdeveloped countries around the world with healthcare and community development.

He is now a community organizer who speaks out against voter suppression, wage stagnation, poor healthcare, and discrimination in any form. He is also an advocate for small business and entrepreneurs and assists in creating financial and coaching opportunities to help them growwithin their communities.  Drew also continues to address Police Reform and Accountability in our communities. He has been influential in developing an action plan to mend the fractured relationship between the Community and the police. Drew has been recognized for his outstanding work to end injustices occurring in the community.

Currently, Drew serves on the Board of Directors for several organizations such as: Clayton County Economic Development Authority (DACC), The Friends of Clayton County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), and The Atlanta Policing Alternative Diversion Initiative (PAD). He has been inducted into ‘Who’s Who in Black Atlanta’ listed as one of the most influential people in the city.

Drew is a graduate of Wayland Baptist University with a Bachelor of ScienceDegree in Healthcare Administration. He has also earned an MBA in Marketing from Clark Atlanta University. Drew is a successful entrepreneur and serves as an Advertising, Marketing, and Political Consultant as well as speaks nationally.

Drew is a member of Tabernacle of Praise Church International (Jonesboro, Ga Campus), and a proud member of the Omega Psi Phi, Fraternity, Inc. He is also a member of the Urban League, and is the first male President of the Urban League of Greater Atlanta Guild.

Drew is the doting older brother to three siblings and a loving father to Cory, Jordan, Torayn, and Kayla.