Born: Minneapolis, MN
Education: BA, Berklee College of Music

Andrew David Linde was raised in rural Minnesota and completed his secondary education at Maple Grove High School. From a young age, he was drawn to computers, music, and the arts, playing in garage bands and working with Tinderbox Music, a promoter for college radio music. After high school graduation, Andrew moved to New York City to intern with the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) in the Film & TV division. Following his internship, he relocated to Boston in the winter of 2004 to pursue higher education.

By the spring of 2007, Andrew had earned a Bachelor of Music degree in Contemporary Writing and Production from Berklee College of Music. A year later, he founded Panacea3, a digital reputation management firm that has served a diverse international clientele, including UnitedHealth Group, Velcro Companies, The Pokémon Company, and many more. In 2010, Andrew took on the role of CEO at No Shame, an indie music label based in Brooklyn, NY, where he signed and developed indie music acts. He ventured further into the digital realm by founding Juncture Media in November 2013, a studio dedicated to developing innovative digital content such as video games, educational software, and mobile applications, most notably for The NFL and Verizon.

In April 2017, Andrew joined the board of directors for The After School Arts Program (ASAP!). ASAP! has served the community by providing arts education for thousands of kids in Connecticut for over 25 years. In 2023, he was appointed to the Connecticut Arts Council and works to advocate for the arts throughout the state. In his leisure time, Andrew enjoys spending time with his family, snowboarding, gaming, and trading stocks.