From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishas for somebody/somethingas for somebody/somethingABOUTused when you are starting to talk about someone or something new that is connected with what you were talking about beforeKitty’s got so thin. And as for Carl, he always seems to be ill.You can ask the others, but as for myself, I’ll be busy in the office. →as
Examples from the Corpus
as for somebody/something• As forracism, much progress has been made, but there is still much to do.• As for you, young man, you're grounded.