Andrew Jordan is a barrister, having been called to the Bar in The Inner Temple in 2006. He previously was a partner at the accounting firm PwC, specializing in corporate finance, privatization and out-sourcing.

Andrew has also been a non-executive director of a technology company, advisor to the shareholders of a large engineering company, and chairman of a medical charity. He is currently involved in a start-up company in global sustainable agricultural investment.

Andrew has a degree in mathematics from Queen’s University, Belfast, a Diploma in Mathematical Statistics from Darwin College, Cambridge, and an MBA from Cranfield School of Management.

Andrew was introduced to Chesham Preparatory School by His Honour Judge Francis Sheridan, former Chairman of Governors and a parent of five pupils at Chesham Preparatory School. Andrew is Chairman of the Finance and General Purposes Committee of Governors. He has been a governor since 2010 and has enjoyed every moment of his association with the school.