Andrew Lewis

Executive Workforce Practice Innovation Leader

Andy Lewis is a Managing Principal at SullivanCotter. He helps health care institutions restructure compensation programs to be more efficient and reflective of new market trends. Leveraging more than 20 years of consulting experience, he leads the Executive Workforce practice’s Innovations Team, which develops new ways to use our nationally known research and tools to solve emerging client issues.

In addition, Andy works extensively for tax-exempt research institutions, including Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs) and national labs, as well as think tanks, membership associations, and foundations.

Andy’s experience includes:

  • Designing executive compensation as well as long- and short-term incentive plans for leaders of large, complex organizations to better compete for specialized talent in highly customized peer groups.
  • Facilitating the development of employment contracts, change in control and severance agreements that align organizational and individual interests and increase the confidence of shared success.
  • Working with a unique set of stakeholders such as elected officials, military chiefs, academic leaders as well as physicians and health care executives to balance a public service mission within educational, research and clinical environments.
  • Auditing executive compensation policies, performance measurement, succession plans and leadership development to help clients execute multi-faceted strategies.
  • Developing employee compensation programs and annual incentives that align diverse workforces with the changing organizational goals in today’s health care market.
  • Working with compensation committees of health care institutions to ensure compliance with IRS Intermediate Sanctions legislation.

Prior to joining SullivanCotter, Andy was a partner in a global human resources consulting firm.

Andy has a Bachelor of Arts in economics from The State University of New York at Geneseo and a Master of Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

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