Andrea McWilliams is a nationally recognized lobbyist and political fundraiser, based in Texas. She has participated in resolving many issues regarding the public and private sector. She has been profiled by many popular publications in Texas and is known for her political commentating abilities around the USA. A Chief of Staff at the young age of 21, Andrea McWilliams has established the McWilliams Governmental Affairs Consultant. She has designed strategic policies in law and order areas for her clients, along with her husband Dean McWilliams, who is also the co-founder of their consultant firm. In 2007, Andrea was recognized for her important ‘outside-the-chamber’ character, which was responsible for restoring a cancer research package worth $3 billion. Moreover, Andrea McWilliams has also had the honor to pass $100 million, as an incentive that helped Texas become an expert location for a high technology, clean coal power plant, globally in the 81st Legislative Session.
National media houses like CNN, BBC, Fox News, Wall Street Journal,l and USA Today have all acknowledged Andrea McWilliams as a leading political strategist and lobbyist. Andrea McWilliams has been awarded with Texas Women’s Chamber of Commerce “2016 Texas Businesswoman of the Year Finalist’ and regarded as a ‘consigliore for those in power and owners of certain political status.’ Moreover, the Austin Business Journal has recognized Andrea McWilliams with the ‘Profiles in Power’ and the Girls Scouts of Central Texas with the ‘Women of Distinction’ award. In 2016, McWilliams received the ‘Style Setter’ award from Austin Fashion Week, for her participation in the development of local non-profit organizations.
Andrea McWilliams has also contributed to the development of society through community work and philanthropy. She is part of many organizations, including KillCancer and Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. McWilliams has also remained the board member of HeartGift, ArtHouse and Waterloo President’s Council. Owing to her community volunteer contributions, she has been named on the Austin American-Statesman Fortunate 500 list as an “All-Star.”