Andrew Faas is an expert in organizational dynamics, bullying, and performance optimization. He is a leader in creating strategies to develop psychologically healthy, safe, and fair workplaces. His hands-on, dedicated approach has earned Andrew a strong reputation for fostering successful organizational transformations and shifting toxic corporate cultures. Andrew is a Co-CEO of Accordant Advisors, helping organizations identify and tackle cultural gaps through evidence-based, practical solutions, which create and nurture diverse, inclusive, and emotionally-intelligent workspaces that mitigate the risk of misconduct and accelerate performance. Andrew’s book, From Bully to Bull’s-Eye: Move Your Organization Out of the Line of Fire, details his personal and administrative experiences battling against bullying and the corporate cultures that embolden it. As the founder of The Faas Foundation, he focuses on supporting not-for-profit organizations concerned with workplace wellbeing, including: The Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, Mental Health America, The Israel Cancer Research Fund, Wellspring, Casey House, St. Clair College, and the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance. Andrew is also a Public Voices Fellow at Yale University and a contributing writer for The Hill and Money Inc. When he’s not at his desk, Andrew enjoys spending quality time with his partner, Lee, and their two Weimaraners, Junior and Alfreda.