Andrew V. Fellingham

Mr. Andrew Fellingham provides expertise in sports management, administration, financial planning and Title IX issues.

Mr. Fellingham has thirty years experience in the international financial markets. After his initial three years in banking operations, he spent the next twenty-seven years in trading rooms, moving from Trader to Chief Trader to Treasury Manager to Treasurer. His final position was the Market Risk Manager and Deputy CEO of North America for Bank Austria A.G. Throughout his career, he was responsible for compliance issues with various regulatory institutions, such as the Office of the Comptroller, Federal Reserve Bank, and the Securities and Exchange Commission. He designed and implemented myriad computer systems, trading strategies, expansions, reductions, and reallocations of staff, short and long term plans, budgets, capital expenditures, and the improvement of the bottom line. As the Deputy CEO, he was involved in all aspects of managing a $15 billion banking franchise.

With his retirement from Bank Austria A.G. in 2000 and his graduation from Adelphi University with a Masters in Sports Management, he founded Inter-Collegiate Athletic Consulting. ICAC brings together a group of higher education consultants who are broadly experienced in intercollegiate athletics, higher education administration, and facilities planning. It assists academic, administrative, and athletic constituents in developing viable solutions and making strategic decisions about athletic programs and facilities.

In the past three years, he has assisted in campus-wide master plans at Coppin State, Frostburg State and Montgomery College by assessing the athletic, physical education and recreation facilities, and student life programs and facilities. He completed feasibility studies for the University of New Hampshire and Rhode Island College. He assisted Clarkson and Northeastern Universities in the search process for their new Athletic Directors. At Middlebury and Williams Colleges, he conducted salary management process reviews with regard to equity and best practices issues. He assisted in complete reviews of the ICA program at the University of Scranton and Fairfield University for the development of a long-term strategy for divisional and conference position.

He has been able to meld his banking experience with the higher education mission and create new strategies for managing the issues that confront institutions in the 21st century. For example, his knowledge with regulatory agencies links to the role and function of athletic associations and conferences. His extensive experience in the budgeting process brings the ability to assist in the formation of both operating and capital expenditure strategies. His involvement with human resource issues is transferable to the collegiate athletic marketplace, as is his extensive experience in developing strategic long-term plans.

He is married to Janet L. Fellingham and lives in Garden City, New York. They have two grown children.

Mr. Fellingham has a B.A. in History from Queens College, M.B.A. in International Finance from St. Johnís University, and M.A. with honors in Education, concentration in Sports Management, from Adelphi University. He was inducted as a member of Kappa Delta Pi, the honor society for professional educators.

 

 

 




© 2011   InterCollegiate Athletic Consulting