Director of Active Citizenship & Service
The Director of Active Citizenship & Service is charged with acting as a representative of VSG to the Office of Active Citizenship and Service, implementing and promoting any initiatives related to service and/or active citizenship, serving as chair of Angel Tree, and sitting as a VSG representative on both the Natural Disaster Task Force and the National Issues Task Force.
Andrew Brodsky is a senior studying Human and Organizational Development. Hailing from the great state of Arkansas, Andrew’s passion for his home state is only matched by his love of all things VU. When he’s not busy eating his way through Nashville or watching the Game Show Network, Andrew serves the Vanderbilt community as a Commons Resident Advisor, a Tour Guide Executive Board Member, and as a Student VUceptor. Andrew has previously been involved in Vanderbilt Student Government as the former East House President, a member of the Residential and Environmental Affairs committee, as the Peabody College Council President, and as a Residential Senator. Outside of Vanderbilt, Andrew works as a senior counselor for the American Legion Arkansas Boys State where he has the opportunity to grow alongside high school seniors in an immersive leadership and citizenship program, as well as with RePublic Schools, a Nashville based organization that aims to reimagine public education in the South by teaching computer science and college readiness to students from traditionally underserved backgrounds. Andrew has a desire to build a culture of care in his communities and his involvement speaks directly to his belief that all Vanderbilt community members are the perfect blend of passion and compassion. Andrew’s hobbies include making his own beef-jerky, starting books that he inevitably will not finish, gushing over corgis, and growing his sock collection.Email