Andrew Farrow was raised in Kitchener, Ontario, where he attended high school and played on the school football team. He then attended the University of Guelph and was a member of their wrestling team.  In 1996, he transferred to the University of Winnipeg to study Criminology with a second major in Conflict Studies.

After working jobs in Security and Law Enforcement, he worked on his graduate degree in Conflict Management at Royal Roads University. Afterwards he earned an MA in War Studies from Royal Military College, an MBA from Vancouver Island University, and a MSc in International Business from University of Hertfordshire.

Andrew Farrow is presently retired, but he continues to be interested in education and business.  He has also earned the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for “Excellence in Community Leadership” through his volunteering efforts.  In the upcoming year, he plans to begin working on a PhD to study the relationships between peace and conflict and how they are impacted by economic forces.

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