Andrew Epifanio joined the Haas Center's Cardinal Careers Team in July of 2018. In his role as Cardinal Careers Coordinator, Andrew connects Stanford students to public interest work through career advising, public service career events and workshops, and the Cardinal Careers newsletter.
With a professional history built on national service and social impact, Andrew's skill set spans career services, leadership development, professional development, social justice conversation facilitation, identity exploration, adult learning theory, and organizational optimization practices.
Prior to working at Stanford, Andrew worked in the nonprofit sector for four years. As the Learning & Development Manager at City Year Los Angeles, he provided career services, leadership development, and training support for approximately 300 AmeriCorps members serving full-time in high-poverty urban schools. Before City Year Los Angeles, Andrew served for two years as an AmeriCorps member with City Year Washington D.C., first alongside eleven peers and then leading a team of nine AmeriCorps members through their year of service.
In his free time, Andrew enjoys running, writing, photography, hiking, traveling, gaming, and listening to film soundtracks. He is an amateur public speaker and videographer, and enjoys a variety of storytelling methods to help others light their own inner passions and find their purpose.
Originally from New York, Andrew received a bachelors degree in psychology and philosophy from Stetson University in 2014.
You can find out more about Andrew on his LinkedIn page.