Andrew J. KittellVice President, Development (Americas)
ACS North American Office,
200 East Pratt Street, Suite 4100
Baltimore, MD 21202-6155, USA
Andrew J. Kittell
For over 20 years, Andrew J. Kittell has progressed as an enrolment management and corporate relations professional establishing and representing American and international schools in Europe and now Doha, Qatar.
He holds degrees in education and educational administration from Springfield College and the Johns Hopkins University, respectively. His additional postgraduate study was at Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business and Indiana University's Center on Philanthropy. Andrew Kittell is also a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts (FRSA).
An active writer about whole-family transitions and K-12 international education, Andrew's articles have appeared in Mobility, Perspectives, Global HR News, Expat Exchange, and Expat Adviser. He frequently presents at leading industry conferences, including those organized by the Forum for Expatriate Management, National Foreign Trade Council, Worldwide ERC, and Canadian Employee Relocation Council.
His global mobility industry honors and leadership roles include serving on the Families in Global Transition (FIGT) Board of Directors 2004-2008, its 2013 - 2019 Conference Program Committees, and Worldwide ERC’s 2006, 2008, and 2016 Global Workforce Symposium Planning Committees.
Prior to his involvement with international schools, Andrew was an award-winning teacher, a consultant to the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C., a Fellow of the Woodrow Wilson Institute for Government, and a military print and broadcast journalist and public relations specialist.
His work today as the U.S.-based director of corporate relations for the London-headquartered, four-campus ACS International Schools system combines direct corporate outreach, philanthropic initiatives and partnerships, and North America-wide public relations.
Andrew has lived and worked abroad in London, England and the British Indian Ocean Territory. He enjoys active travel for business and pleasure, having visited 50 countries so far.