Andrew Pitt

Andrew Pitt

Chief Financial Officer


Andrew manages the financials, trust account and is the tender leader at Terri Janke and Company. He joined TJC in April 2000 and assists clients who want to develop their business and property to secure jobs and income in an environmentally sustainable manner. He is proficient in a variety of software, including; MS Office, Capital, LEAP Legal and MYOB. He trained as a Landscape Architect at the University of NSW and has worked in a variety of industries including; construction, retail and distribution.

​Photo by Joseph Mayers
Artwork: Bibi Barba, 'Terri - Butterfly Flowers Dreaming' (2020)


As tender leader, Andrew is familiar with preparing quotes for the private sector, submitting tenders to the public sector and government procurement process.  He has extensive experience negotiating property acquisitions, commercial lease terms and business sale/acquisitions. His governance experience includes positions as a director (chair and executive) of private companies, body corporates and incorporated associations.  From 1991 to 2015 Andrew worked as a licensee for World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) as the Program Manager for the WWF Wildlife Stamp Programme, a product that featured endangered wildlife and reported on species vulnerability and threats. 

Recent Projects

  • Project Manager of our business mentor programme, Mentor Way (2014/15).

  • Drafting Business Plans and Property Development Plans for the private sector

  • Project Manager and co-author, Law Way: Indigenous Business and the Law (2013)

  • Drafting the winning tender for the 2015 Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Government legislative review of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body Act 2008.

  • Business Mentor to Indigenous Entrepreneurs in the Torres Strait Islands


Andrew’s understanding of Indigenous culture comes from his relationship with Terri and their two adult children. He was schooled at Sydney Boys High School, enjoys Pilates, foreign films and is active in the surfing community. His pro bono work includes mentoring Indigenous business owners and acting as Public Officer for a local community club.

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