Andy Robbins

Founder,  West Haven Coaching,  LLC

Andy Robbins is an accomplished executive and team coach, and operational leader with an extensive and successful track record in the high tech industry. Building on 25 years of operational and coaching experience at Intel Corporation, he formed his own coaching and consulting company in June 2016 focusing on rapid and sustainable performance optimization for high value teams and their leaders.

Andy is a certified member of the International Coaches Federation. He blends his deep operational business experience and coaching expertise to both identify key performance opportunities and help the leader and their team adopt and sustain the change. This leads to achieving the best possible results in a sustainable way that energizes the team and enables them to learn and grow.

He is a leading advocate for diversity and inclusion, recognizing that teams and organizations are simply at their best when everyone has the opportunity to bring their full selves to their work and play.

Andy held numerous roles in the Information Technology and Finance functions at Intel. Most recently, he was the General Manager of the CIO Strategy Office, where he was responsible for creation and execution of IT strategy, the advancement and health of the global IT organization and people assets, and the marketing of IT products and services to the Intel user community. He was appointed Diversity and Inclusion Champion for IT at the start of 2015.

Over his fifteen years in IT, Andy led the strategic sourcing of information technologies, and enterprise software development and support teams in finance, sourcing, procurement, payment and supply chain planning domains. He joined Intel in Swindon, UK in 1990, spending the next 10 years in various finance roles including as Financial Controller for Intel’s start up Network Systems Division where he was recognized with an Intel Achievement award.

Andy lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife Sue and their two sons. He enjoys hiking, the Portland craft beer scene and is an avid soccer fan, attending many Portland Timbers games.