Andrew Tulowitzky named new Walker Athletics Director

After an extensive search, Walker is pleased to announce Andrew Tulowitzky as the next Athletics Director. Andrew brings a wealth of experience from his successful tenure at The Galloway School, where he has served as Athletics Director for the past five years and before that as Assistant Athletics Director for three years. In his role as Athletics Director at Galloway, Andrew played a pivotal role in elevating various athletic programs, including Volleyball, Basketball, Swimming, Track and Tennis. Andrew also served as the Boys’ Varsity Basketball coach for eight years and is the winningest coach in school history. Andrew attended Oglethorpe University and upon graduation was hired as an assistant coach where he worked for five years. Following that stint, Andrew spent two years as Director of Basketball Operations at Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina.

As a result of his tenure at Galloway, Andrew is very familiar with the Metro Atlanta independent school athletics landscape and is eager to help lead the next chapter of Walker’s Athletics program. 
“I am so thrilled to join the Walker community. I look forward to collaborating with the faculty, staff and coaches at Walker to give our student-athletes the best possible experience,” Andrew said. “This is an exciting time to be a Wolverine, and I can’t wait to help our athletics program reach its full potential.”
TJ Anderson, Head of Walker’s Football Program, was a member of the Athletics Director search committee: “I am very excited about the hire of Andrew. He brings a unique perspective having been a coach himself, and he is also an outside-the-box thinker who is going to elevate Walker’s Athletics programs. I look forward to working with him.”
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