Andrea McWilliams is a lobbyist and political fundraiser based in Old Enfield. More so, she is an incumbent member of the PAC Board of Ryan, a worldwide company dealing in taxation. She was born and grew up in Texas Capitol on Congress Avenue. Married to Dean, they have together brought up three children.
At the age of 21, Andrea McWilliams was a chief of staff at a private company. She later co-founded McWilliams Governmental Affairs with her husband, Dean. The company was formed to advise on matters to do with government. Andrea McWilliams has had the opportunity to head some non-profit making organizations as a board member, among them, the Texas Lyceum, Mexico-Arte Museum, Arthouse, Rise Across Texas Challenge and much more. Of great importance, Andrea McWilliams has been a member of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and Kill Cancer, organizations tasked with prevention of cancer. Both centers have raised millions of dollars to help her home area, Texas to cope with and prevent cancer. As for her effort, she was recognized by Seton Breast Cancer Center, by having their screening department acquire her name.
Andrea McWilliams has combined effort with the Austin Business Journal to give motivation and mentorship to the new ladies of Texas on matters to do with business and finance. The Journal eventually gifted her with the “Profiles in Power Award” She has also been an active participant of the Girl Scouts Centennial Celebration Committee, not to forget her chairing one of the biggest charity functions in Austin, the Ballet Fete. The Girl Scouts Centennial Celebration Committee accorded Andrea McWilliams with the “woman of distinction” award. Not to underrate her recognitions, she also received the “Austin under 40 award”.
As a result of her distinguished work in politics, she has been widely publicized in countrywide media, including FOX News, CNN, and even BBC.