Director of Development, one ARCHIVES FOUNDATION
Andrew Gould serves as the Director of Development for the ONE Archives Foundation, the longest continuously operating LGBTQ organization in the country. Andrew leads the organization’s individual and institutional giving activities, which support and promote the archive through diverse activities including educational initiatives and a range of exhibitions and public programs.
Driven by a commitment to public service and freedom of expression, Andrew previously served as the Director of Institutional Giving at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA). MOCA houses one of the most compelling and challenging collections of contemporary art in the world, and Andrew’s work supported the museum’s education and exhibition programs through foundation, corporate, and government partnerships. Previously Andrew worked for Southern California Public Radio – 89.3 KPCC, working on major and institutional giving programs, alongside a capital campaign during a period of rapid multi-platform expansion for one of the nation’s largest public radio stations.
Andrew is a native of London, U.K., and has lived in California for almost two decades. Earlier in his career, Andrew created unique events that helped define the queer nightlife scene of Los Angeles in the early 2000s, including a prominent weekly salon with international genderqueer performance artist Vaginal Davis and an acclaimed spoken word series with artist and no wave icon Lydia Lunch. Andrew is a Board Member of Dirty Looks, a bi-coastal platform for queer experimental film, video, and performance and served on the ONE Archives Foundation Board of Trustees from 2007-2010.