Advice + Connections + Leadership
Places | Sustainability |
Guidance, feedback and expertise, from opportunity assessments to business planning to design thinking.
Leverage a world class network of global subject matter experts to facilitate and implement partnerships and alliances.
Executive office leadership. Setup, manage and operate a variety of businesses, including startups in emerging and frontier markets.
A holistic approach to new cities and urban environments, coupled with a focus on specific disciplines and their intersections.
Environmental and social sustainability relating to real estate and destination development, corporate social responsibility and citizenship.
Snowhite Strategies works globally to guide, connect, and manage initiatives for positive impact in a rapidly changing world. We combine innovative thinking and proven execution with a diverse and comprehensive network of partners and experts to maximize efficiency and to ensure success. From corporations to non-profits to governments, our solutions-based approach addresses the fundamental challenges of our time.
Its founder, Andrew Snowhite, has played an executive role in building and managing a variety of international businesses, projects, and partnerships with a wide range of stakeholders. Over the last two decades, Andrew has been involved in pioneering initiatives and with amazing people via numerous roles, including as:
Senior Advisor and content contributor to NewCities
Senior Advisor to APCO Worldwide and the Saudi Public Investment Fund
SVP & Chief Innovation Officer at Gale International / Songdo, South Korea
Executive Director of the USA Pavilion at Expo 2017, Astana Kazakhstan
Chief Executive Officer of the USA Pavilion at Expo 2012, Yeosu South Korea
Co-Founder, Azure Worldwide with Philippe Cousteau, Jr.
Executive Vice President, Business Development and Sales, Musictoday
Research Assistant to Dr. Eugenie Clark, the “Shark Lady”
Currently, Andrew was recently named an Advisor to the WELL City Advisory by the International Well Building Institute and is a Member of the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED for Cities and Communities working group. In the past he served as a Member of the Corporate Citizenship Advisory Council at Samsung Electronics and was an Open Grounds Fellow at the University of Virginia.
Andrew received a BA in Environmental Science from the University of Virginia where he was a National Science Scholar, and a Master of Natural Resources from the Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability at Virginia Tech. Andrew is an accredited LEED Green Associate of the U.S. Green Building Council.
Guidance, feedback and expertise, from strategy creation to opportunity assessments to business planning to design thinking.
Leverage a world class network of global subject matter experts and organizations to facilitate and implement partnerships and alliances.
Executive leadership and management. Setup, manage, and operate a variety of businesses, including startups, in emerging and frontier markets. Lead and inspire diverse, cross-cultural teams.
A holistic approach to urban environments and leisure destinations, with a focus on design, placemaking, and smart cities.
Environmental and social sustainability relating to real estate and destination development, ESG and corporate social responsibility and citizenship.
Bringing concepts and brands to life. Design, construction, operations and promotion.
Creating understandable, relatable and relevant 21st century stories.
CHECK OUT ANDREW'S RECENT ARTICLES
Ten Key Considerations for Planning new Smart and Sustainable CitieS
Dentons Smart Cities &
Initiative & Think Tank