Andrea McWilliams is a political fundraiser, strategist, and lobbyist from Texas. Andrea is also a philanthropist and is involved in various community volunteer programs. She is married and has three children.
Andrea McWilliams’ career
Andrea began her career as a chief of staff. During her tenure in this office, she gained experience on how to run governmental affairs. Her interaction with politicians offered her an opportunity to learn politics and campaign strategies. Andrea later established her company McWilliams Governmental Affairs Consultants, a firm that specializes in raising funds for political aspirants as well as managing their campaigns. For years, Andrea has been running activities of this company together with her husband, Dean McWilliams.
Andrea’s philanthropic activities and recognitions
Andrea is a board member of various non-profit organizations in the country. She funds nonprofits such as the Rise Across Texas Challenge, the Elizabeth Ann Seton Hospital, Mexi-Arte Museum, and Texas Lyceum. Andrea also supports cancer organizations such as KillCancer Foundation and the distinguished Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. These two agencies serve to raise cancer awareness in the country. Andrea is very vocal about children rights and supports the Centre for Child Protection. She is a member of the Texas Emerald Ball Committee and chairs the University of Texas Blanton Museum.
Andrea is also involved in various fund raising activities. One of the major events she was involved in was the “Dancing with the Stars,” where she served as a celebrity dancer. Andrea spends part of her time mentoring and empowering young women. For years, she has received various awards and recognitions. She is the winner of the Austin Under 40” Award, the Profiles in Power Award, Woman of Distinction Award, and the Styler Setter Award. Her works in the political arena have been recognized by various magazines and media houses such as USA Today, FOX News, NPR, the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, BBC, and CNN.