Andrew Clark advises a variety of entrepreneurs, investors, and organizations through his firm, Wherewithal. He regularly assists colleagues and clients to bridge thoughts into action or engaging experiences. Recently, he has been collaboratively working to develop communities from a Faith-driven lens in line with his purpose statement: unite professionals to grow enterprises of enduring value.
Andrew’s collaboration across cities and silos encourages the burgeoning market of Christ-led professionals through experiences such as The Lion’s Den, a Cedarworks, Inc. event, in which he co-created and continues to produce. He regularly convenes practitioners, intermediaries, and founders to share new ways of advancing the Kingdom through enterprise. He shares articles and media he finds interesting through his “Notes on the Journey” e-newsletter (subscribe via www.wherewithal.co). His past work in real estate, high-end consumer goods, e-commerce, and coffee provides a broad yet adept perspective on business and strategic development.
Andrew enjoys watching sports, the fine arts, traveling, an occasional round of golf, and is an active learner. He serves in the community as a Rotarian and Paul Harris Fellow, advisory board member for Samford University College of Arts & Science and University Fellows Program, board member of Young Business Leaders, and as a Deacon of Briarwood Presbyterian Church.
Currently lives in Birmingham, Alabama, with his wife of 15 years.