Andrew Levack, MPH is Senior Program Officer for Healthy Aging at St. David’s Foundation. Andrew serves as liaison between the Foundation, Grant Partners and the Central Texas community.
Andrew has twenty-three years of progressive public health experience as an educator, trainer, researcher, manager, philanthropic advisor, and organizational leader. Before joining St. David's Foundation, Andrew worked for Promundo where he served as Deputy Director for U.S. Programs. Andrew also worked for EngenderHealth as Director of U.S. Programs, Director of the Global Men As Partners (MAP) Program, and Regional Programs Advisor for Asia.
A native of Austin, Andrew began his career by addressing teenage pregnancy prevention for the Austin Health Department. Since then, Andrew’s career has led him to live and work in over 20 countries throughout Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Andrew holds a master’s degree in public health from the University of Washington and holds a clinical faculty appointment with the University of Washington’s Global Health Department. Andrew sits on the Board of Directors for Cardea Services, Promundo, and the Wellesley Centers for Women.