Andrew Chase is a JustinBradley co-founder and serves as Executive Vice President. Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, JustinBradley is a premier provider of Search and Contingent Staffing services, placing financial and experienced business talent at some of the most recognized organizations in America. From Fortune 500s to non-profits benefitting communities across the globe, Andrew and his partners grew JustinBradley from a Washington, DC Metro Area presence to a national competitor in executive recruiting and project-based staffing services.
For 12 years, JustinBradley has been ranked in the top 2% in client satisfaction among its industry peers. The firm is a thought leader in ethics and professionalism in the staffing industry and is on the forefront of Diversity and Inclusion in hiring. As a company leader, Andrew has influenced the reputation, staff tenure, and client satisfaction through his commitment to these best practices.
Andrew began his career as an Engineer at Bechtel Power Corporation after earning his MS Structural Engineering at Rensselaer. At Bechtel, he advanced to an Engineering Design Lead with responsibility for modeling, structural design, scheduling procurement, and testing. To round out his technical skills, Andrew wanted to broaden his knowledge of the business supporting it and went on to pursue a Wharton MBA. Upon graduation, he was recruited by Booz Allen Hamilton and headed to Washington, DC to lead consulting teams on commercial and government assignments in the U.S. and overseas, and eventually came to lead Booz Allen’s DC-based Aviation practice
In 2000, Andrew was appointed to Chair the Annapolis, Maryland Transportation Board. With his experience in business operations, engineering and transportation, Andrew reoriented the Board’s focus to include regional transportation planning and was subsequently appointed to Chair the Multi-jurisdiction Regional Plan effort.
JustinBradley is proud to mandate a Day of Service for each employee, which is a personal day off to serve the community in any way and on any day. Andrew has contributed his personal time to Make a Wish Foundation and is a supporter of Washington, DC’s Perry Center. He is also proud to have coached youth football in Montgomery County, Maryland, but sadly, he remains an ever-loyal New York Jets supporter