Andrew Robertson

Adjunct Instructor in Management

Andrew Hamilton Robertson

Adjunct Instructor of Management


Mr. Andrew (Drew) Robertson is an adjunct instructor in the Department of Management at The University of Mississippi School of Business Administration. He holds his MBA in Strategic Management from Indiana University Kelley School of Business with a Certificate in Global Strategic Management and Leadership from the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School. He also holds his MSS from U.S. Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania. Drew received a BS in Journalism (Business and Advertising emphasis) from the University of Mississippi. He is recipient of the Institute for Defense & Business (IDB) E.B. Leedy Award, in honor of Major General Leedy, USA (Ret.), for demonstrated leadership during his MBA studies. Drew is executive director of the State of Mississippi agency Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District, and is a business owner in Tupelo, Mississippi, with ventures in government relations, business development, leadership, training, consulting and property. He also serves as a Colonel (COL) in the U.S. Army Reserve (Infantry, Cavalry and Sustainment officer) presently assigned as Brigade Commander, 210th Regional Support Group (RSG), Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. COL Robertson is a combat veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom III and mobilized in support of the COVID-19 national response. He is a graduate of Army War College and Advanced Faculty Development, Advanced Operations Course and Intermediate Level Education from the U.S. Army Command & General Staff College.


MB.A. Management, Indiana University-Bloomington (2015)