Andrew has worked extensively in healthcare advocacy and program development in public health. Prior to cofounding Entertaining Health, LLC with Dr. Ranjit Arpels-Josiah, Andrew worked for over ten years as a healthcare attorney where he advocated on behalf of individuals and organizations involving a range of healthcare issues. In his practice, Andrew also focused on policy changes within healthcare organizations that directly impacted consumers. In his career, Andrew provided leadership within a number of organizations that addressed public health issues. As Director of the HERO Program, a grant-funded program under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, he created innovative educational and health interventions for assisting school-aged children living in homeless shelters in Tennessee. Andrew initiated community, state and national partnerships to increase service capacity within shelters. He also established strategic relationships with universities, religious organizations and healthcare companies to address educational and health disparities. Prior to the HERO Program, Mr. Rosner provided direct support to families in crises for a home-based mental health clinic. He provided therapeutic counseling and emergency interventions, acting as a liaison between families, social service organizations and law enforcement. Mr. Rosner received his J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University and a BA in Psychology from Clark University. He has pursued studies in public health with intensive workshops and courses at New York University and the University of Oxford, England.