Andrew D'Amico

Assistant Director for Operational Engagement & Impact Analysis

As Assistant Director for the Office of Sustainability, Andrew works to integrate sustainability and environmental justice into campus operations and strategy. He partners with administrative departments to identify and implement process improvements that advance Sustainability Action Plan Objectives. Andrew also leads the Office’s performance measurement and reporting efforts, turning data into actionable insights that inform decision-making and optimize sustainability. He is a member of the Data Analytics Working Group and the Ivy+ Sustainability Consortium.


Andrew is a project manager and data professional with experience in philanthropy and higher education. He’s spent his career helping public service institutions activate their data to generate impact and advance their missions. Prior to Princeton Andrew served as a grants analyst at Bloomberg Philanthropies, where he managed philanthropic data, streamlined internal processes, and collaborated with nonprofit and city grantees.

Andrew earned his MPA in Nonprofit Management and Policy and undergraduate degree from New York University. For his graduate capstone project Andrew traveled to Chile, and developed an impact measurement framework and funding strategy for early-stage Latin American social entrepreneurs.

He lives with his wife Savannah and dog Brandi in Bloomfield, NJ.

Fun Facts

Andrew is a drummer and a record collector–his most played vinyl is Aretha Franklin’s Young, Gifted, and Black. He once appeared on an award-winning comedy podcast hosted by a former Daily Show correspondent and NPR host, and the book he reads again and again is Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell.

Contact me about

  • Data and Reporting
  • Visualization (Tableau + Pivot Tables)
  • Environmental and Social Impact Measurement
  • Database Administration (Salesforce, Excel, Fluxx)
  • Environmental and Social Impact Measurement