Gordon-Andrew has always exemplified a steadfast belief in helping others and giving back to his community. He is the new face to local politics, backed by a strong ethical motto of Unity, Collaboration and Accountability. Gordon-Andrew is devoted to this new chapter in public service, and is mission driven towards unifying the community by bridging the gap between gentrification and the long standing citizens of Ward 5.
In the community, Gordon-Andrew has been very active with innumerable endeavors, to include, serving as a member of the ANC 5A Economic Development Survey Committee, Co-Chair and Parliamentarian for the Lamond-Riggs Citizens Association, and performing various acts of volunteer work within Riggs Park and throughout the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Gordon-Andrew continues to represent true community involvement through his dedicated participation within community, state-side and academic leadership collaborations.
Gordon-Andrew moved to the District of Columbia in 2002. Gordon-Andrew completed his undergraduate studies at The American University, and is currently the Graduate Student Body President of the University where he is serving and ensuring a pronounced graduate school experience for over 3,600 students. He is an active member of Kappa Alpha Psi, Fraternity, Inc., and Board Member of the Kappa Chi Foundation. He also serves as Marketing Director for Merlin Legal's LSAT & SAT Prep Courses, and teaches Repeat Bar Takers how to successfully pass the Bar Exam.
Gordon-Andrew Lee Fletcher is an attorney, who graduated from the historic Florida A & M University College of Law in 2010, where he served as the first Graduate Senator of Florida A & M University representing the College of Law. Gordon-Andrews parents are Dr. Sharilyn Fletcher who is Dean of Academics at Hyde Leadership Charter School in Bronx, New York, and his father Mr. Henry Fletcher, is a retired Crisis Intervention Officer in Hawthorne, NY and a former Jamaican Police Officer.