Andrea McWilliams is a prominent political fundraiser, lobbyist, and strategist. She is loved for her grit, patience, and persuasion. Throughout her career, Andrea McWilliams has worked with leading entrepreneurs in the private and public arena. Andrea is the founder of McWilliams, which is a full-service company that specializes in governmental affairs. She started out as the chief of staff at the age of 21 years.
As a fundraiser, Andrea helped non-profit cancer awareness groups such as KillCancer and Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation in raising money. She also served as the honorary chairperson of the Mamma Jamma, a non-profit organization that raises money for Texas residents living with breast cancer.
In 2016, Andrea McWilliams was one of the winners at the Texas Businesswoman of the Year Finalist Awards. She also scooped the highly coveted Woman of Distinction Award, which was issued by the Central Texas Girl Scouts. Andrea is also one of the recipients of Austin Fashion Week’s Style Setter Award. Media corporations, such as USA Today, NPR, BBC, and CNN, have recognized her fundraising activities and political strategies. Andrea McWilliams has also been profiled in several publications of Texas State. The Commerce Chamber of the Texas Women group also cited her as a powerful and political woman.
Andrea spent most of her childhood life in Texas. She currently lives in Old Enfield with her husband Dean, and three lovely children. Andrea McWilliams is passionate about serving the Texas community through charity work. As a board member, she helps in the strategic planning initiatives of non-profit institutions, such as the Elizabeth Ann Seton Hospital and Rise Across Texas Challenge. Andrea also served as the president of Inherit Austin. The agency focuses on preserving the cultural and architectural artifacts of Austin city.