About Andrew P. Doro
After serving his country, Andrew P. Doro returned to school and graduated from St. John’s University with advanced master’s degrees in management, education, and psychology. U.S. Army platoon leader Mr. Doro was in charge of conducting intelligence, pacification, and combat operations. Doro witnessed a lot of activity in that position. He was disabled as a result of war injuries. As a result of his military service, Doro received numerous awar including:
- The Silver Star
- The Purple Heart
- Combat Infantryman Badge (CIB)
- National Defense Service Medal
- Good Conduct Medal
- Marksmanship Medals.
Mr. Doro sat on the board of directors for a Veteran Outreach Center in addition to his illustrious military, academic, and professional accomplishments. He also served as a counselor for veterans in crisis intervention groups with PTSD and served as:
- Chairperson, Conference Committee for New York Association of School Psychologists
- Crisis intervention and group counselor for veterans with PTSD
- Membership in The Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, Military Officers Association of America, and Combat Infantry Badge Association.
Andrew P. Doro spearheaded Millbrook’s attempt to join Houses for Our Troops in 2022, a program that enables veterans who sustained severe wounds while serving to build homes and support their lives. Homes for Our Troops aims to reclaim some of the independence and freedom that some veterans have lost due to their military duty.
When not working or participating in humanitarian and community endeavors, Doro likes to spend time with his wife, family, and friends, play tennis, golf, and racquetball, travel, and savor exotic cuisine and wines. Doro now resides in Millbrook, New York, but also spends a lot of time in Manhasset, where he formerly resided for more than ten years and ran one of the Company’s many offices. I am blessed and honored to continue serving my fellow citizens, governmental organizations, and commercial clients. It was an honor to serve my country while wearing a uniform.