Andrei has a long and successful professional career, including work in public relations, marketing, and orchestrating the sale of a stock photography company. A diverse athlete, he played both football and basketball in college and has coached a multitude of sports. He credits much of his life’s success with the positive impact of sports and wants to provide that opportunity for others.
FitzGerald’s dedication to providing evidence-based performance solutions is a common thread that his clients—who range in age from 8 to 80—benefit from as a by-product of his coaching and continuing educational experiences. He has had the privilege of working with the United States Army, Fortune 500 Companies, MLB, NBA, NFL, Blue Man Group, Hospital for Special Surgery, and universities and schools across North America. FitzGerald has also focused on his own professional development pathway and was one of the first participants in the prestigious Athletes’ Performance (now known as EXOS) mentorships for phases 1, 2 and 3 under the direct tutelage of Mark Verstegen.
Andrew has also been responsible for the athletic development and injury prevention programming for the Manhattan Soccer Club PSG boys over the last 4 years and supported them as they earned a US Youth Soccer National Championship also in 2014. Presently, he coaches the Riverdale Country School Varsity Boys’ Soccer team where he led them to back-to-back NYSAIS city championships in 2014 and 2015.
FitzGerald earned his Bachelors of Science degree from Keene State College with a concentration in Exercise Science and played soccer for a nationally ranked program. Andrew resides in New York City with his wife, Annie and daughter, Quinn.