Andrew Ammerman, President and CEO of CAA Consulting, LLC (CAAC), develops strategic fundraising and marketing campaigns for CAAC’s clients and oversees their daily operations when needed. Mr Ammerman has more than 15 years of experience developing strategic partnerships between the private and non-profit sectors.
As Senior Executive Advisor to the Board of Directors, Mr. Ammerman oversees and manages all operations and fundraising efforts of the Pentagon Memorial Fund, Inc. The Pentagon Memorial Fund (PMF) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, formed to raise the funds needed to build and maintain the national 9/11 memorial at the Pentagon. Mr. Ammerman has managed the daily activities, all national 9/11 partnerships, education and outreach, and fundraising efforts of the PMF since 2006. During this time, Mr. Ammerman has successfully raised millions of dollars for the Pentagon Memorial through international, corporate, foundation and individual contributions. Mr. Ammerman has worked on the Pentagon Memorial project from the groundbreaking ceremony to its dedication and now is leading the effort to construct a visitor learning center to accompany the memorial.
Mr. Ammerman has also served as the Vice President for Business Development at America’s Promise -The Alliance for Youth where he helped establish, build and lead the organization’s first fundraising program. Mr. Ammerman managed all major corporate partnerships (ranging from $50k – $7 million) with companies such as Capital One, Comcast, Ford Motor Company, New Century Financial Corporation, State Farm Insurance, and more.
Prior to America’s Promise, Mr. Ammerman worked for Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) as Manager of Corporate Relations where he focused on expanding partnerships through cause marketing, public relations and sponsorship opportunities. Mr. Ammerman also worked for Meridian International Center for five years leading individual, foundation and corporate fundraising, and preparing and submitting government grant proposals.
Mr. Ammerman earned a Masters of Business Administration from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Arts from Loyola University, Maryland. Mr. Ammerman also studied and worked at Assumption University in Bangkok, Thailand.