Captain Andrew Meyers
Chief, Office of Port and Facility Compliance
U.S. Coast Guard
Captain Andy Meyers is the Coast Guard’s Chief of Port and Facility Compliance, where he oversees programs that advance the safety, security, and environmental stewardship of the Nation’s ports and facilities. He also leads the Coast Guard’s Cyber Risk Management Task Force for the marine transportation system spanning ports, waterways, onshore and offshore facilities, commercial vessels, and other maritime critical infrastructure. He is the U.S. government’s Designated Federal Official for the National Maritime Security Advisory Committee and serves as the U.S. Head of Delegation on the International Maritime Organization’s Facilitation Committee.
Captain Meyers is a career marine safety professional with over 23 years of service, primarily focused on commercial vessel inspections, facility inspections, waterways management, and aids to navigation. His operational assignments include tours in Kodiak, Alaska; Boston, Massachusetts; Savannah, Georgia; Morgan City, Louisiana; and Portland, ME. He has also served in Headquarters assignments as a program manager for the Coast Guard’s Port State Control program and as a strategic analyst on the Coast Guard Commandant’s Advisory Group. His most recent assignment was as Executive Officer of the Coast Guard Navigation Center.