He is also the president-emeritus of the Black Public
Relations Society-New York. He is also
a two-term past president of the 100 Black Men of Long Island. He is a member of
the United Black Men of Queens, Inc. and sits on the President’s Council of the
Big Brothers and Sisters of Long Island.
Phil's work has been featured in multi-platform publications, including Black Star News, The New York Beacon, Amsterdam News, Minority Business Review, New York Trend Newspaper, Southeast Queens, Scoop, The Village Press Online, Cision “Behind the Headlines, The Network Journal, and more. He has also appeared on WABC Here and Now and NBC’s Positively Black. He is also featured in the book 15 Years of Minority Business Development. He is the recipient of the 2019 Small Business Champion award from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s NY District Office. Throughout his career, he has received a host of citations from several notable political officials and has served on several boards.
He was born and raised in Brooklyn, and attended Brooklyn Technical High School. He served for several years in the US Navy and Army Reserves, and he attended York College and John Jay College. He graduated from paralegal school and had a nearly twenty-year career in law enforcement. Phil Andrews's goals involve encouraging as many promising young men as possible by compelling them to serve with the very best of their minds and talents.
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