Andrew Redd grew up in Lafayette, Indiana, where he attended West Lafayette High School. He graduated with an Honors Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Politics, and the Public at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 2017. While in college, he was the Student Body President and developed several projects for the City of Cincinnati and Xavier University.
Andrew earned his law degree from Indiana University McKinney School of Law, Indianapolis in 2020. He earned his degree while working full time as a case manager at Hensley Legal Group P.C. and attending classes in the evenings. During his last year of law school, he was a Certified Legal Intern at the Criminal Defense Clinic, helping indigent individuals with their criminal cases.
Andrew is engaged in politics focused on police reform and criminal justice reform. He attends services at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Lafayette, Indiana. In addition, he enjoys watching basketball and playing tennis and golf. You might catch him at a Pacers game.