Lieutenant Colonel Eugene Andrews U. S. Army Retired
Lt. Col. Eugene Andrews U. S. Army (Ret.)

Lieutenant Colonel Eugene Andrews U. S. Army Retired A native of Falmouth, Massachusetts, Colonel Andrews received his B.S. degree in Business Administration from Boston University and Ph.D. in Management from Syracuse University.

During his twenty years of service, he served as a commander and staff officer of Infantry, Special Forces, and Ranger units with tours of duty in West Berlin, Thailand, Vietnam and the United States including service as a Tactical Officer and Associate Professor of Leadership Development at the United States Military Academy, West Point. He retired in 1982.

Following his retirement from the Army, Colonel Andrews joined the General Electric Company (GE) as the it’s Director of Executive Education, responsible for providing the company’s high potential executives with management and leadership training. He was later promoted to become GE’s first Director of Global Workforce Diversity.

His honors include the Boston University Distinguished Alumni Award, induction into the Boston University ROTC Hall of Fame, and the U.S. Army Legion of Merit among other combat and service medals.

Colonel Andrews and his wife, Nancy, currently reside in West Palm Beach, Florida.