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Housing Equity, Workforce development, Business Strategy development, Community Investment strategy, Engagement, Grant and Proposal writing

What matters to you?

Who isn’t thriving and why?

What are some wise words to live by?

Develop the ability to hold tension in generative ways, while you save the world.

What brings you joy?

When community develops the solution and the gatekeepers allow that solution to come to fruition.

Andrew Martin

Director of Networks and Partnerships

Andrew (Drew) Martin is currently the Director of Network and Strategic Partnerships for WE in the World Institute, a global health equity firm focused on creating a more just and abundant planet. Formerly, Drew was the Director of Growth for United Healthcare. He led a team operating the largest and most accomplished homeless prevention portfolios of any major managed care organization. Prior to joining UHC, Drew was a Senior Manager for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement where he assisted local and state Health Departments with its Health Needs Assessments and was a leader within the 100 million Healthier Lives Movement. Drew has also led major community development and targeted social service projects across the Chicago area within neighborhoods of concentrated poverty.

Drew holds a master’s degree in Healthcare Delivery Science from Dartmouth, a master’s degree in Public Service Management from DePaul and an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Towson University

Drew lives in Champaign, Illinois and serves on the Board of Directors for Health Alliance, Carle Foundation Hospital and Salt N Light Ministries.

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