Andrea McWilliams is a high paid lobbyist based out of Texas. She is a philanthropist and community volunteer. After graduating from the Ivy League with a degree in Anthropology, she pursued a career in Social Justice Issues. She has a passion for Immigrant Advocacy work. She holds a position as a college guide at West Warwick High School, and working in the school system has proven her love for the field of education. This work experience led her to pursue a Master’s Degree in Business Administration for non-profit management. Andrea McWilliams has had the honor of being reported by Fox News, The Wall Street Journal and Newsweek, among others, for her role as a political strategist. At age 21, Andrea McWilliams became a Chief of Staff, one of the youngest in history. She then worked at a public relations firm, before opening her own firm with her husband. The full service firm provides Governmental Affairs Consulting Services.
Andrea McWilliams has received the “Profiles in Power” Award from the Austin Business Journal, as well as the “Women of Distinction” Award. She is also a recipient of the “Austin Under 40” Award. Also, she has won the Texas Businesswoman of the year Finalist Award.
As a proud advocate of research for cancer, Andrea McWilliams has represented the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer foundation, as well as KillCancer. She is on the Board of organizations such as Art House, Texas Lyceum, and Austin Children in Crisis.
Through these organizations, Andrea McWilliams has raised substantial funds for all of her causes.