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Our people come from a wide range of political and professional backgrounds. As individuals, they bring special skills, broad knowledge, and significant relationships to their work. As a group, there is no greater force in Pennsylvania politics.

Andrew Zwally Associate

A life-long resident of Dauphin County, Andrew’s interest in politics comes from his family and his roots in the community. Andrew, aka Zwally, got his start with the firm serving as an intern, not once but twice. After over five years with Greenlee, Andrew helps many of the firm's energy and utility clients navigate the Harrisburg political and legislative climate. Andrew has been integral in establishing new relationships for our firm with members and staff on both sides of the aisle, and excels at representing not only his own clients, but all of Greenlee’s clients before reputable figures on the Hill.

In addition to client responsibilities, Andrew assists the firm in its internship program and appreciates the opportunity to work with students interested in Pennsylvania politics. A graduate of Susquehanna University, Andrew promises their applicants have no advantage when they apply.

When he is not in the Capitol meeting with members, staff, and key decision-makers, Andrew can be found on a football field, golf course, or training his new puppy Leo. As a youth football coach for the Central Penn Crusaders, he is always looking forward to the next season. Andrew enjoys an afternoon on the golf course with his family or a wagered-match with his bosses.

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About Andrew

Hometown

  • Harrisburg, PA

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, Susquehanna University

Year Joined Greenlee Partners

  • 2016

Interesting Facts About Andrew

  • Youth football coach for the Central Penn Crusaders
  • 2019 West Shore Country Club Member-Guest Flight Winner
  • Collegiate rugby player, two-time national qualifier
  • Proud Philadelphia Sports fan still celebrating Super Bowl LII