Andy Meyers is the proud son of two prominent psychoanalysts, the father of two amazing women, and a native of the Bronx. He received his A.B. in architecture from Princeton University, his M.A. in architectural and planning history from Yale University, and his M.Phil. in American urban history from Columbia University. He has taught at Connecticut College, Yale University, Empire State College, and Columbia University. At the Ethical Culture Fieldston School, he taught history for 23 years and held the roles of history-department chair, college counselor, director of interdisciplinary studies and experiential education, and founding director of the City Semester Program. He joined Whittle because he wants to create truly meaningful learning experiences for students with brilliant and caring colleagues.