Perry Andrews developed his love for Santa Fe over the past 31 years, traveling West from his home in Reading, Pennsylvania four or five times every year to vacation in “The City Different.”
In 2014, Perry purchased a second home of the historic Santa Fe Plaza, and shortly thereafter fulfilled his dream of relocating full-time to Santa Fe. Having retired in 2016, following a successful 36-year career in the Institutional Investments & Wealth Management industry—the most recent 20 of which were spent with PNC Wealth Management in the Mid-Atlantic Region—Perry re-entered the workforce in 2017 as a Senior Vice President & Wealth Management Advisor with First National 1870 Wealth Management in Santa Fe. Throughout his career, Perry has consistently been engaged in assisting the nonprofit community in a variety of ways.
Perry’s love of classical music was nurtured as a season ticket holder throughout 25 consecutive seasons of The Philadelphia Orchestra, an organization he adamantly argues has the best string section in the Country. During his many visits to Santa Fe over the past decade, Perry has enjoyed coming to Symphony performances, and he is thrilled to now have the opportunity to support and serve the amazing Santa Fe Symphony as a Member of its Board of Directors and act as of Chair of its Marketing Committee.
Perry’s passions include collecting contemporary Native American art for nearly 30 years, back-country hiking and backpacking, “studio cycling” five to six days a week, traveling every chance he gets, meeting new and interesting people, and listening (of course) to classical music. He has one adult daughter who resides on the East Coast.