Andy DiFatta


Andy has been on the Goodwin University Board of Trustees since 2008. He currently serves as the chairman of the Building Committee.


Andy has an MBA with an emphasis in finance. He was the President of the East Hartford Chamber of Commerce from 1994 to 1996, and he was also Chairman of the East of the River Chambers of Commerce Association (ERCCA) in 1996 and 1997.

Andy DiFatta

Senior Vice President, Development Services

Licensed Broker

C. Anthony DiFatta, Jr. (Andy) has been in the real estate profession since 1974. He has been fortunate to have gained extensive experience in sales, leasing, financial analysis, construction and property management. This experience has enabled him to evolve into a well rounded real estate developer. Over the years, Andy has played a key role in developing office, industrial, and residential communities. Most of his experience was accumulated with medium to large scale companies.

Andy joined AccuBranch in September 2015 as a senior vice president. Accubranch provides strategic site solutions for commercial banks and credit unions. This position ties back to Andy’s first full time job out of college in 1969 with Maryland National Bank. During his 5 years with the bank, Andy advanced from the Branch Administrative training program to the Manager, Personal Trust Operations, where he was responsible for over $1 billion in Trust Department assets.

Prior to joining AccuBranch, Andy was president of Ensign-Bickford Realty Corporation (EBR) from October 2008 until August 2015. In this position he directed the development activities on approximately 1,200 acres of land across the country. This included maximizing the real estate values through careful analysis and master planning, and then coordinating the disposition of the residential and commercial real estate portfolios within EBR. He also managed the acquisition and disposition of real estate assets in the four (4) major business units within Ensign-Bickford Industries’ (EBI’s) domestic portfolios. During his tenure he also oversaw the design, sales, construction and management of a planned residential community that ultimately contained 106 freestanding homes.