Joe Andrews has been part of Orangeville’s fabric for over 30 years. He is known for his out-standing commitment to this region as a leader in education, business and as an award-winning
Volunteer of countless community activities and organizations.
Prior to his election to Orangeville Council in 2018, Joe Andrews has held a variety of key senior positions in both the public and private sectors.
He is noted locally for launching and heading up the Humber College Orangeville Campus in 2006 where until his retirement in August 2021, he led as Campus Principal a roster of over 75 faculty annually and see over 2,000 students successfully graduate in one of ten academic programs offered.
A board member of the DBOT (Dufferin Board of Trade) since 2006, Joe Andrews was elected as Chair from 2015 to 2018 during which the organization rebranded from the Chamber of Commerce to the Board of Trade continuing its strong focus in supporting the Dufferin Business Community.
During this term of Orangeville Council, he sat as Chair and Co-chair on a number of appointed committees including the BEDAC (Business Economic Development Advisory Committee), the Town’s first EDI – (Equity Diversity and Inclusion) Committee and the POA – Provincial Offenses Authority Board. He has demonstrated throughout this term his strong integrity, applying in every decision made fiscal responsibility and accountability.
He is an award winning volunteer for numerous organizations including; a Paul Harris Rotary International recipient for his leadership of the Canada Day celebrations for 13 years, a Town of Orangeville 125 recipient for leading Orangeville’s First night celebrations and as a minor sports Coach with Orangeville’s Hockey, Basketball and Soccer Associations.
He has been married for over 30 years and is the father of a son.
Joe Andrews is committed to ensuring Orangeville has a bright and prosperous future and is seeking re-election as Councillor in October 2022.
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