Meet Andrew Giuliani
For New Yorkers, Andrew helped to preserve thousands of MTA jobs by facilitating CARES Act funding. He also worked with the Treasury Department and Health and Human Services to ensure that the $3.9 million that had been inadvertently taken out of the 9/11 First Responders Fund over thirteen years and three administrations was completely refunded.
Andrew Giuliani is a lifelong New Yorker who was born and raised in Manhattan. He achieved academic All-ACC honors at Duke University before graduating in 2009 and then turning professional in golf where he won eight tournaments and was the CEO of his own small business, Giuliani Golf. During that time, Andrew interned in finance and real estate at CapRok Capital, Brownstone Investment Group, and Jones Lang Lasalle. In 2016, Andrew volunteered on the Trump Campaign in surrogate relations, traveling to the Republican and Democrat National Conventions and all three Presidential debates. He then joined the Trump administration as Associate Director of the Office of Public Liaison in 2017. In 2019, he was promoted to Special Assistant to the President. His role consisted of working with high-level business leaders and CEOs to help President Trump and his Cabinet Secretaries craft policy, specifically including the 2017 tax cuts, the deregulation of businesses of all sizes, and was proud of his work on the Opioid task force.
In his final year at the White House, Andrew was directly involved with several initiatives that saved millions of American jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic. He collaborated with the Department of Treasury and business leaders to craft the Paycheck Protection Program and worked to vet and shape President Trump’s Great American Reopening Committee.
After leaving the White House, Andrew worked as an on-air contributor and political analyst for Newsmax Television. He is currently on the board of the United States Holocaust Museum and has been involved in helping Tunnel 2 Towers, Heart of a Lion Foundation, The First Tee, City Meals on Wheels, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, The Maurer Foundation, and United Cerebral Palsy. He is married to his best friend in the world, Zivile. They met at Yankee Stadium on September 25, 2014, Derek Jeter’s last home game as a New York Yankee. They were married on July 14, 2017, at Saint Joseph’s of Greenwich Village and celebrated 100 yards from where Andrew’s great grandfather first stepped foot in America, in Battery Park.
For New Yorkers, Andrew helped to preserve thousands of MTA jobs by facilitating Cares Act funding. He also worked with the CMS Administrator, Seema Verma, and the Department of Treasury to ensure that the $3.9 million that had been inadvertently taken out of the 9/11 First Responders Fund over thirteen years and three administrations was completely refunded.