Andrew Lorenzen-Strait

Consultant in Davidsonville, MD

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Andrew Lorenzen-Strait's profession is a testament to his dedication to service, integrity, leadership, and the values he embodies as a consultant in Davidsonville, Maryland. His life's work is characterized by resilience and a profound dedication to enhancing the well-being of others, establishing him as a role model for future generations.

Throughout his distinguished career, Andrew has left a lasting impact in various fields, including child welfare, family law, and government service, notably as a specialist in migration management. His academic diligence, exceptional leadership qualities, and his knack for uniting diverse groups of stakeholders are hallmarks of his professional journey.

For over twenty years, he has thrived in leadership roles within the government and nonprofit sectors. He has adeptly handled migration and emergency response initiatives with budgets in the billions, a testament to his analytical prowess and ability to implement swift, decisive actions during crises.

A solid educational foundation supports Andrew's professional acumen—he holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California at Irvine and a Juris Doctorate focused on Child Advocacy from Whittier Law School. His studies at the National Defense University and the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown further enhance his credentials.

In 2020, Andrew was a key advisor on the Biden-Harris Presidential Transition Team. Licensed to practice law in Maryland and before the U.S. Supreme Court, he has significantly influenced the fields of homeland security, health, and human services. His legal career began in Los Angeles, California, and he was appointed as a Presidential Management Fellow in 2003 under the Bush-Cheney Administration, serving in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) at the Department of Justice. During his tenure, he engaged with the DEA's international programs and completed a U.S. Senate fellowship with Senator Debbie Stabenow of Michigan.

Andrew Lorenzen-Strait's experiences add a humanitarian dimension to his legal expertise. He continually applies his skills to enhance life in Maryland and beyond. He is seen as a symbol of hope and innovation in service. He applies his experience to address complex social services and public policy challenges across the governmental, nonprofit, and private sectors.

  • Education
    • Doctor of Law at Whittier Law School