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Andrew Brock

Executive Vice President & Chief Information Officer

As executive vice president and chief information officer, Andrew leads the company’s global information technology organization. In addition to his CIO responsibilities, he oversees acquisition integration, systems implementation, strategic planning and analysis, corporate real estate, corporate security, and the project management office. He also holds a seat on the investment committee and the acquisition committee.

Andrew was most recently SVP of operations, where he was one of the principal leaders of the company’s transformation efforts and the leader of the client shared service centre. He has quickly risen from previous roles as vice president of project management and vice president of IT.

Prior to joining Associa, Andrew worked at PepsiCo, Inc. where he held many planning roles within the business process transformation organization and was most recently director of global planning and analysis. He also spent several years at Kraft Foods, advancing rapidly through the finance department.

Andrew received his Bachelor of Science in finance from the University of Tennessee where he graduated Magna Cum Laude, and his MBA from DePaul University with highest honours.

He enjoys fly-fishing, hiking, and playing the piano along with other musical instruments. Andrew is also an avid CrossFit athlete.

Favourite Quote: “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart.” - Colossians 3:23

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