Andrew Blazsik joined Lourdes University in 2020 as an Assistant Professor of Finance. An experienced collegiate Instructor with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry, he teaches various finance, economics, computing & databases, and accounting courses. Andrew’s previous higher education experience includes working at The University of Toledo in the Department of Economics, Washtenaw College, Defiance College, and as an Adjunct Faculty in the Lourdes University College of Business and Leadership teaching finance and economics courses.

An Accountant/Financial Analyst with the Lucas County Clerk of Courts & Auto Title Division, he previously worked for a consulting firm as a Senior Analyst. In addition, he has over ten years of experience working with a Forbes 50 company in the home improvement industry and in 2016, was appointed to serve as Governing Authority overseeing financial statements for a local school.

Andrew earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) specializing in finance, a Master of Arts in Economics, a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice, and a bachelor’s in economics from The University of Toledo. He has presented on various topics including economics, public policy and finance and lectured on the “Keynesian and Classical Approach,” as well as the “Social Impact of Communism,” which connects the logic of economic theory and finance to its impact on public policy. Andrew is a recognized expert in Statistical Data Analysis, macroeconomics, microeconomics, financial analysis, econometrics, and criminal justice reform.