Andy Carman

Board Member

Andy Carman’s commitment to stewardship goes back to his childhood spent playing in the forests of Western Oregon and feeling the love that Creation expresses for God’s children. Connecting the richness of the natural world with the feeling of God’s love helped cement his testimony and inspire hope. And he plans to continue to spread the optimism he feels from that connection through further service in advocating for Gospel-oriented Earth Stewardship. He believes that kind of optimism will create truly meaningful change--beginning with individuals and grow out from there, healing our institutions, and making our culture more sustainable.

Andy holds a BS and a Master’s of Architecture degree from the University of Idaho and a BA in International Law and Diplomacy from BYU. He practices architecture in Pullman, WA where he lives with his wife, Brittney and their three daughters.