Meet Andrew

Meet Andrew

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My Priorities

With your support, we will make our community in District 47 an economic leader in the State of Florida, providing residents with diverse career opportunities and increased safety standards, creating a better environment in which to live and work.

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My Priorities

With your support, we will make our community in District 47 an economic leader in the State of Florida, providing residents with diverse career opportunities and increased safety standards, creating a better environment in which to live and work.

IMPROVE TRANSPORTATION
SUPPORT FOR SENIORS
Affordable Housing
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Andrew Jeng – Proven Leadership

Jeng has lived in Osceola County for over a decade, volunteering and serving as a community leader.  As a business entrepreneur, he has been supported the business community with facilities and intimate local knowledge as well as through advocating for positive business legislation, hosting networking events and seminars, as well as international outreach.

Osceola County Affordable Housing Advisory Committee (AHAC) member

Dedicated member of the AHAC, focusing on addressing and improving affordable housing options in Osceola County.

Community Advocate

Actively engaged in promoting community well-being and representing local interests and concerns.

Global Business Leader

Accomplished in leading global teams, driving business innovation, and achieving sustainable growth in diverse markets.

Environmental Advocate

Passionate advocate for environmental sustainability, dedicated to protecting natural resources and promoting green initiatives.

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Awards and Recognition

He is also an environmental champion who believes Osceola County’s natural resources must be preserved and protected and is already taking steps to ensure that they are. 

Andrew has won numerous awards, including:

Community service award

from the Asian American Heritage Council in Orlando

Outstanding Asian American award

from Orange County

Volunteer Award from the City of Orlando

for his work during the MLK parade

U.S. Congressman Darren Soto

recognized him as a community leader in the U.S. Congressional Record (May 2018)