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Andrew Fargo

Andrew Fargo2022-07-26T14:23:16+00:00

Andrew Fargo
Program Manager and HR Coordinator

“Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky”

– Rabindranath Tagore

Andrew joined Stop At Nothing as our Program Manager & Human Resources Coordinator after relocating back to the United States after 11 years in Ontario, Canada.

Andrew brings energy, a winning, can-do attitude, and a body of experience from his time in the telecom and beverage industries. As Program Manager for the HILS Series of programs, Andrew plans the annual program rollout, schedules facilitator assignments, and liaises between program participants, facilitators, and vendors from registration through to post-program follow-up.

In his role as HR Coordinator, Andrew’s natural talent of organization, communication, and outside-of-the-box thinking result in a win for everyone. He effortlessly shifts gears between Program Manager and HR Coordinator with efficiency and ease.

Andrew feels very blessed to be using his gifts and talents as a part of the SAN Family – to further our mission of developing mindful and insightful leaders.

“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord. Plans to prosper you, and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future” – Jeremiah 29:11

When Andrew isn’t working, he can be found spending time with his family – in particular his nephew and niece. He is also very active in his church, singing with the Praise Team and Choir. Andrew is an avid beach lover and spends as much of his free time there as he possibly can. “There’s just something about being at the beach, with a good book, that recharges my batteries.”

If Andrew isn’t with his family, at church, or on the beach, he is sitting at his piano attempting to reacquaint himself with all those countless years and hours of lessons. “They say coming back to the piano is like riding a bike. You never forget. Well, my chain is rusted!”

Andrew is continuing his education, as a part-time student. A goal he has had on his to-do list for many years, and he is finally making it a priority for himself.

Andrew believes in everything there is a silver lining — something (however small it may be) to be grateful for. We just have to be willing to see it and accept it.

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