Andrew Powers

Andrew is a dedicated BIPOC entrepreneur who co-founded Key Tech Labs, a 501(c)3 nonprofit mobile maker space. The organization is passionately committed to bringing emerging technology to underrepresented areas, aiming to foster self-sustainable communities. Since its inception in 2015, Andrew and his brother, Adam Powers, have spearheaded the BIPOC-led nonprofit, ensuring that equitable and accessible STEM education reaches the most diverse and undercapitalized communities in Seattle and South King County.

Throughout his journey, Andrew has collaborated with over 500 nonprofit and community-focused organizations in Washington state. In 2018, Andrew shifted his focus towards offering technical assistance to small businesses.

He has since earned several notable certifications, including Google Level 1 & 2 Educator, Google Professional Project Manager, and Google Data Analyst.

Areas of specialization include:

  • Pre-venture and startup business development
  • Green business and circular economy
  • Technology business advising
  • Business growth planning