Commercial real estate professional Andy Schweizer invests his time and expertise to improve the lives of Minnesotans through the Salvation Army. For the past five years, he’s served as advisory council chair for the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center in Minneapolis. One of his most notable achievements is helping to oversee a two-year, $39 million renovation project and capital campaign. Renovations to the century-old facility were completed last summer, boosting resident capacity for men battling addiction. In January, Schweizer was named chair of the Twin Cities Salvation Army advisory board, which he’s served on since 2015. But Schweizer has been passionate about the Salvation Army his entire life: His parents were officers, and he learned to play the drums as a child at a Salvation Army location in St. Paul. Today, he performs in a brass band at the Lakewood Salvation Army in Maplewood.