Brigade Captain, Code for Durham
Andrew Krzmarzick is the Director of Community Engagement at GovLoop, the leading knowledge network for public sector professionals. In his four-year tenure at GovLoop, Andrew has launched a first-of-its-kind, government-wide mentors program, published dozens of resource guides, book chapters and blogs, and delivered scores of keynotes and training sessions on the topics of social media, citizen engagement, government careers, generational diversity and telework. He has also been working on pilot projects at the cutting edge of virtual training and events in government.
Andrew's work has taken him to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv where he led discussions with government ministries and NGOs on open government and social media through the State Department's Speaker and Specialist Program and lectured in Paris on the impact of generational diversity on the public sector for the French government's Institute of Public Management and Economic Development (IGPDE) and the U.S. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
Andrew is a board member for ASTD's "The Public Manager" magazine as well as the Next Generation of Government Training Summit. He earned his Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute and a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from Villanova University. Andrew also has a MA in Theology from The Catholic University of America and a BA in Philosophy from Iowa State University. He resides with his wife and two cute little kids in Durham, North Carolina, where he enjoys active participation in his faith community, serves on the Marketing Advisory Board for Durham Cares, and leads an open data movement as Co-Captain of the Durham Code for America Brigade.