Andrew Fertig is a former Senior Associate at ideas42. He has extensive experience converting innovative, evidence-based ideas from behavioral economics and behavioral science into real solutions within financial health and global health. He has led the design, testing and scaling of interventions internationally and within the United States that have impacted the lives of millions of people.
Before joining ideas42, Andrew was a William J. Clinton Fellow serving in India with the Office of the Prime Minister on issues of professional skills development, and with a social enterprise on issues of public health and agriculture. Prior to that, Andrew worked in conservation biology and primatology, serving first as a researcher for the Galapagos Islands National Park and then as a director for a primatology research initiative in Equatorial Guinea, as well as an expedition leader for National Geographic Society. He holds a BA from Brown University and is currently an MBA candidate at the Yale School of Management.