Andrew Kiang

Program Advisor

Andrew Kiang is a recent graduate from Carnegie Mellon University studying Business Administration and Mechanical Engineering. He has been involved with InnoWorks since its beginning in 2003 and has volunteered at the InnoWorks program at Maryland. In his first year, he served as the Chief Robotics Officer.

During his time at Carnegie Mellon University, he has been an active member of the Society of Automotive Engineers, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Finance Club, Asian Students Association, and Investment Club. One of his biggest accomplishments at CMU was co-founding and chartering the Carnegie Mellon University - Alpha Kappa Psi Omega Psi Chapter, a world-wide professional business fraternity. He served as Vice-President of the fraternity and has helped it grow to over 50 brothers during his tenure. He was also involved in Intramural Sports (mainly volleyball), Carnegie Steel Drum Band, and has served as a Teaching Assistant in various business courses.

Andrew is also from the Maryland area growing up in Potomac, MD and attended Winston Churchill High School. His time at Churchill was spent playing Varsity Volleyball, playing clarinet in the school band, and tutoring elementary and middle school students. He was Vice-President of the Chinese Honor Society, a member of the National Honor Society, a member of Habitat for Humanity, chess club, asian experience club, and track.

Andrew is currently working as a management consultant at Project Performance Corporation that is based in McLean, Virginia. He is trying to develop a relationship/partnership with Project Performance and its sponsored non-profit, the Newton Marasco Foundation.

InnoWorks is a Winner of the 2007 BRICK Awards