Contact Andrew For:·
- Campaign 2030: A Greater Version For Tomorrow
- Planned Giving – Living Bond Society
- Scholarship Support
- Chapter Endowment/Leadership Funds
Andrew Cole is a member of the Indiana Epsilon Chapter and a graduate of Hanover College where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in political science with a minor in geology. He was also a business scholar in the Business Scholars Program at Hanover College. Andrew joined the General Headquarters staff over a decade ago and served the Fraternity as a Leadership Consultant and the Foundation as an Advancement Officer & Director. Currently he serves as the Director of Advancement and Planned Giving where he leads the major gifts team and develops strategies for planned giving. He fosters philanthropic partnerships, by working with alumni and families across the country, that support Phi Delt 2030.
Andrew is an active member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Greater Cincinnati Chapter and is a board member (currently serving as vice president) of the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council (GCPGC). He earned his Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) certification in 2019 and is a graduate of the Nonprofit Leadership Institute of Cincinnati’s EXCEL program.
Andrew has served as a chapter volunteer for the Fraternity and is an Iron Phi. He is also a member of The Society of the Cincinnati and serves on the Vestry (board) of The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer. Andrew enjoys working on his house, gardening, and the great outdoors; especially any national park. He lives in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio in the Oakley neighborhood with his wife Maria (Alpha Chi Omega, Butler University), son Henry, and their wheaten terrier Dolly. All Cincinnati Bengals fans. WhoDey!
What Makes Phi Delta Theta Great?
Phi Delta Theta fosters leadership opportunities at all levels and truly is a fraternity for life.