Andrew Prislovsky, Consultant, joined GG+A in 2012, bringing over 18 years of fundraising and development experience to clients.
Prior to working at GG+A, Andrew was Vice President for Advancement at Christian Brothers University, where he was responsible for leading the development and alumni departments to establish better processes, increased engagement among constituents, and initiating and generating strategic five-year plans for the annual and capital campaigns. While at Christian Brothers University, he solicited and secured the five largest gifts in University history, and led a team responsible for a 97 percent increase in overall giving.
Previous to working at Christian Brothers University, Andrew was the Director of Development, Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health Sciences, at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center. There, he worked with deans and vice chancellors to develop, plan, and execute fundraising campaigns for each college that focused on major gift opportunities. This required collaboration with alumni and campus leaders in preparing and organizing for a $1 billion campaign.
Prior to his work at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Andrew was Vice President of Field Services for the American Heart Association, West Tennessee Region, where he managed and directed the operations and staffing of the local chapter, as well as designed and implemented fundraising campaigns for the areas he oversaw. Andrew began his career in fundraising as a fundraising consultant for The National Foundation for Transplants, where he was responsible for supporting individual patient groups nationally in raising gifts toward transplant funding.
Andrew is a graduate of the 2012 Executive Class and 2008 Fasttrack Class of Leadership Memphis and worked with community leaders in neighborhood revitalization projects within his community. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Literacy MidSouth, and is also a member and past board officer of the Tennessee Advancement Resource Council (TARC), the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). In addition, Andrew is a 2009 graduate of the FBI Citizen’s Academy and has been active with community Rotary Clubs as well.
Andrew received his bachelor of arts degree in sociology from the University of Memphis.
- College of Mount St. Joseph
- University of Colorado at Boulder
- Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
- St. Mary's College of Maryland