As an executive director focused on the Government, Municipal, and Education industry, Andy is responsible for national sales leadership, project execution across multiple service lines, and strategic alliances with firms providing complementary technology and financial services for our clients.
Andy Dillon is an executive director leading Conway MacKenzie’s Government, Municipal, and Education practice. Andy has a proven track record of success in municipal and corporate finance with more than 30 years of experience. He has led engagements for the Government of Puerto Rico to provide liquidity analysis and the development of a five-year forecasted fiscal plan for the Federal Oversight Board under PROMESA. Andy is currently monitoring government policy initiatives affecting the US automotive industry and advising American Public Infrastructure Partners on asset-in-kind transfers of public assets to public pension plans to address underfunded pensions, increase infrastructure investment, and provide a source of liquidity for state and local governments. Prior to joining Conway MacKenzie, Andy served as treasurer for the state of Michigan where he oversaw 13 financial emergencies of cities and school districts including the City of Detroit.