Andrew (Drew) Sachs
Drew Sachs is a partner at DCMC Partners with more than 20 years of emergency management experience, ranging from establishing disaster preparedness and mitigation programs to developing the recovery organizations that manage complex recovery efforts and leading complex business continuity assessments and plans.
Drew has provided strategic guidance and leadership in the aftermath of major U.S. disasters, including Hurricanes Maria and Irma in Puerto Rico, Superstorm Sandy, the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the 2008 Midwest floods, and many others. He is a trusted advisor to clients as they address the complex challenges of disaster management.
Prior to joining DCMC Partners, Drew was head of business continuity management for a global investment management firm. He has also served as vice president for business and government services at a large emergency management firm.
Earlier in his career, Drew held several leadership positions at FEMA, including chief of program outreach and special assistant to the associate directors of both the Response and Recovery Directorates.
Drew holds a master’s in public administration with a concentration in business and government relations from George Washington University, and a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Bates College.