Andrew (he, they) is Senior Advisor, Inclusive Development, based in Los Angeles. His work focuses on ensuring LGBTIQ people are included in international development programs, with the aim of improving development outcomes of LGBTIQ populations. Previously he served as the International Program Director at the Williams Institute, an LGBT research center. He directed the SOGI and international human rights programs at the Wellspring Philanthropic Fund, led the Human Rights Funders Network, and co-chaired the Global Philanthropy Project.
After graduating from George Washington University Law School, Park worked as a trial attorney and an Administrative Judge at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Subsequently, he founded and directed the Center for Civil Rights, providing legal and advocacy services to LGBT people in Pennsylvania.
He has served as a consultant to UN bodies (OHCHR, UNDP), the World Bank, ILGA World, Human Rights Watch, and RFSL. He taught law at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of California Los Angeles where he also taught international development studies. He was an organizer of the Yogyakarta Principles process, the global response coordinator for the Ugandan Civil Society Coalition on Human Rights, and has authored books and articles published in academic journals.