Eric Andrew, Ed.D., Partner

Dr. Eric D. Andrew served as Superintendent of Campbell Union School District from February 2010 until his retirement in June 2017. As chief executive of the preschool-through-eighth-grade public school district, he was responsible for leading all aspects of the District’s instructional and operational programs.

Dr. Andrew began his education career in 1979 as a teacher in Claremont Unified School District, where he taught students in kindergarten through sixth grade, and later was a school principal for elementary, middle and high schools. He served as director of student services in Redlands Unified School District, and before Campbell Union SD, he was assistant superintendent of educational services in Glendora Unified School District. 

Dr. Andrew teaches in the National Association of School Superintendents Leadership Educational Administration Program for the Santa Clara County Office of Education. As an administrator and instructional leader, he has earned several distinctions, including being named a finalist for the National Association of School Superintendents (NASS) Superintendent of the Year (2017). 

Dr. Andrew has been recognized by the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) as the Region 8 Superintendent of the Year (2014), the State and Region 15 Central Office Administrator of the Year (2009), and the Region 12 Pupil Services Administrator of the Year award (2005). 

He holds a masters in education from Cal-Poly, Pomona, an administrative credential from Cal State, San Bernardino and a doctorate in education from the University of La Verne.

He and his wife, Lisa, live in Campbell, California. They have four grown children and three grandchildren.