Davidandrianoff2David Andrianoff
Senior Partner, Asia Region
    
David I. Andrianoff began working with World Concern in 1982, establishing World Concern's work in Laos, and serving as World Concern's first Country Manager for Laos from 1983 to 1992. In early 1993 Mr. Andrianoff and his family moved to Ulan Bator, Mongolia, where he established and served as the Executive Director for Joint Christian Services, International (JCS International), a consortium of fifteen Christian agencies. In early 1998, Mr. Andrianoff and his family moved to Penang, Malaysia, where he transitioned a mission school to a school with a multi-organization board. While in Malaysia he also served as Assistant to the World Concern Asia Area Director. The middle of 2001, Mr. Andrianoff and his family moved to the Pacific Northwest working out of the World Concern headquarters in Seattle. While there, Mr. Andrianoff has served as Assistant to the President of World Concern, Eurasia Area Director, and currently is the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for World Concern.

David Andrianoff has a Master of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Binghamton, and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Buffalo. He lives in Port Ludlow, Washington, and is married to Jean Caskey Andrianoff. They have two daughters-Bethany Andrianoff Thomas (Port Hadlock, Washington) and Cheryl Marie Andrianoff (Redding, California).