Andrew Deutscher is a Managing Director at The Energy Project.
A charismatic and energetic speaker, Andrew has delivered keynote addresses and led workshops for companies worldwide, including Coca-Cola, Apple, Genentech, Lego, Albemarle, GE Healthcare, and American Express.
With over 20 years of corporate business experience, Andrew is adept at driving change in a fiercely competitive industry. Working his way up from an account executive to a Senior Vice President with Sony Pictures Television, Andrew earned distinction as a top performer in broadcast syndication, where he managed the distribution of major television programming as well as feature films.
When a corporate-wide reduction ended his ten-year career at Sony, Andrew saw the setback as an opportunity to forge a new path. His position at The Energy Project enables him to effect change and have a direct, meaningful impact on people’s lives. Through his programs, Andrew has helped thousands of individuals and leaders overcome obstacles, find their passion, and heighten their creativity and perseverance.
Andrew is also the author of typecast: Amazing People Overcoming the Chronic Disease of Type 1Diabetes, an inspiring book he wrote after his two-year-old son was diagnosed with the disease. Andrew is an active volunteer with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the American Diabetes Association.
Andrew graduated from Syracuse University with a bachelor’s in Public Relations and Marketing. He is an avid golfer, tennis, and basketball player. He lives in Atlanta with his wife and two sons.
Why do you work for The Energy Project?
Personal transformation. Progress equals happiness. We are always progressing, innovating, and finding more meaning in what we do, both for ourselves and for our amazing clients.
What two opposites do you try to balance?
Doing and Being
Favorite Energy Tip
Renewal as a mechanism for performance. We cannot reach higher levels of capacity without deepening the renewal wave.
“The meaning of life is to find your gift, the secret of life is to give it away.” – Shakespeare