The president and co-founder of Andrew Hill Investment Advisors Inc. set his sights on his future early on—he had his first subscription to The Wall Street Journal at age 16. In his first decade in Naples, Andy Hill started his first entrepreneurial finance venture. In 2010, the Canadian-turned-Neapolitan and his business colleague, Jennifer Figurelli, started his current business, which now serves more than 60 clients with about $60 million in assets. Hill’s other passions are on ice and water—he’s been on numerous hockey teams, most recently winning the Kegger Kup, a men’s league trophy, at Germain Arena, and is an avid angler. He and friend Terry McMahan won the RedSnook Fishing Tournament in 2009 and placed second and third several times. The 25-year Naples resident also devotes a lot of energy to environmental issues and education. He’s on the Regional Council for the National Parks Conservation Association and served as vice chair of the board of the Conservancy of Southwest Florida. Hill also serves on the Hodges University Johnson School of Business Advisory Council and the President’s Council.
|“Seven years after I moved to Naples, I married the love of my life, Dr. Susan Liberski. Although we’re both busy, we always make time for one another and our two dogs, Skipper and Apollo.”|
Legendary figure he admires: Hockey legend Wayne Gretzky. The “Great One” became the highest scoring hockey player by positioning himself where the puck was going, not where it was. It would be great to take Wayne fishing in the Everglades to see how his insight would be helpful in finding snook and tarpon.
“Super” spot: The Everglades National Park, one of the most incredible places in the world.
Can’t live without: My boat … can’t fish without one.
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Photography by Vanessa Rogers
Shot on location at Hamilton Harbor Yacht Club, Naples.
Clothing provided by Saks Fifth Avenue, Naples.
Styling by Ryan Stanley and Rachel Galante, Saks Fifth Avenue.
Grooming by Philip Douglas, Luisette Damiani, and Heather Price of Philip Douglas, Naples