Andy Rose

Worthington Industries Inc.

B. Andrew “Andy” Rose was named president of Worthington Industries in August 2018.

He joined Worthington Industries in December 2008 as vice president and chief financial officer (CFO). In 2014, he was promoted to executive vice president and CFO.

Before joining Worthington, Rose worked at MCG Capital Corporation where he was a senior investment professional in the Atlanta office for the $1.5 billion public investment company. He focused on making control-equity investments and providing debt financing for companies in the manufacturing, distribution and transportation and logistics industries.

Previously, Rose was partner, co-founder and member of the investment committee with Peachtree Equity Partners, a private equity fund backed by Goldman Sachs. He managed debt and equity recapitalizations for manufacturing, distribution and service firms, served on the board of directors of various companies, advised management on growth strategies and operations, and managed the firm’s institutional investor base. Prior to that, Rose served as vice president of private equity at Wachovia Capital Associates for five years.

Rose earned his MBA from Duke University and his bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina.

A native of Columbus, Ohio, Rose serves on the board of directors of White Castle®, Rev1 Ventures and the Columbus Business Advisory Council for the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. Previously, he served on the board of trustees of the Community Shelter Board, The First Tee of Central Ohio and the FM Global Advisory Board. He is married with two children and resides in Upper Arlington, Ohio.