Andrew joined the Cape Town office from September to December 2007 as an undergraduate student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC). Andrew was one of Sonke’s first interns, and worked on a variety of projects. He co-authored the Literature Review on Men, Gender, Health, and HIV and AIDS in South Africa for USAID, and he drafted facilitator’s guides for Sonke’s One Man Can toolkits as a part of the Digital Storytelling programme. Andrew also helped facilitate One Man Can workshops with male inmates in Sonke’s Prisons programme.
After leaving Sonke and graduating from UNC, Andrew joined Teach For America as a corps member in Washington, D.C. He spent three years teaching English, math, and science at a public charter high school. Andrew has now enrolled in the MPH program at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where he will focus his studies on issues related to gender-based violence, HIV/AIDS, and sexual health.