Andrei Deaconescu

About Me

Andrei Deaconescu is currently a senior at St. Anthony High School. At his school, he is currently involved in National Honor Society, high honor roll, ACES (Academic Challenge in Engineering and Science), and is a striker/midfielder in St. Anthony’s soccer team. Outside of school, he is involved with Legacy Mission Village and offers online tutoring to refugee students. In his free time, Andrei enjoys working out and spending time with family and friends. Andrei plans to attend a four-year university to study computer science and start his career as a software developer. Once he has developed the necessary connections and acquired the necessary resources, he plans to start his own software company.

“I see CEO as one of the greatest opportunities that I have ever had not just because it helps you develop your communication and networking skills, but it also gives you the chance to use those skills as you learn them, building an actual network of people that can help you achieve your career/business goals. Being a part of this program makes me feel like I have a much better chance of achieving my goals and making my dreams of being successful come true.”

About My Business

The most important aspect of any business you create, or any type of service you want to offer whatsoever, is advertising. There is no better way of advertising anything other than creating a website about it. It will exist on the World Wide Web, where literally everyone on the planetary globe can see what you want there to be known. The mission of this business is exactly that—offering affordable, quality web design and development services—for your voice to be heard. To contact me, feel free to reach me at my email address:






DISC Characteristics

  • Decisive- preference for problem solving and getting results
  • Interactive- preference for interacting with others and showing emotion
  • Stability- preference for pacing, persistence and steadiness
  • Cautious- preference for procedures, standards and protocols