Andrew T. Carr
Strategy, Finance, General Management and Leadership Development Executive with more than 20 years of expertise in initiating, leading and delivering cross-functional transformational business and nonprofit solutions, sought after public speaker. Andrew T. Carr is committed to coaching, communicating and leveraging expertise to ensure high performance teams, organizational effectiveness, and exceptional quality. Mr. Carr is an innovator with proven ability to develop and implement leading edge strategies that improve decision making, reduce costs and increase revenues.
Mr. Carr is a principal with A. L. Carr Group, Inc. providing business development and advisory consulting services and training programs to businesses and nonprofit organizations. His clients have included: BTII, Institute; The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC); Berkeley College; M.R. Beal & Company; the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone; Wall Street Conferences Inc. and WS Building Wealth. In addition Mr. Carr is an Adjunct Professor at Benedictine University Moser Adult College of Adult and Professional Studies; Instructed courses include Economics, General Management, Organizational Behavior and Entrepreneurship.
Previously Mr. Carr was the Executive Director of the Rainbow PUSH Wall Street Project, a non-profit organization founded by civil rights leader Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr.; facilitating the participation of several minority investment banker firms on some of the largest IPOs in U.S. history.
He is a past international president of the Urban Financial Services Coalition; He served on the membership committee of the Financial Women Association, and is a member of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity. He a past speaker for Goldman Sachs’s Institute for Entrepreneurial Thinking, the American Management Association, Citi African-American Heritage Network, Minority Interchange, New York Congressman Gregory W. Meeks, and the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.