Andrea McWilliams, a Modern Renaissance Woman

Andrea McWilliams has so many achievements it’s hard to know where to begin to refer to them. She began her formidable career at the fledgling age of 21 as Chief of Staff at Public Strategies, Inc. and went on to co-found the successful husband-wife team of McWilliams, a firm of government consultants. Because one is a Republican and one a Democrat, they are well suited to be unbiased and objective for their clients. Her interests and achievements extend well beyond that of political strategy or as a successful lobbyist. She has been affiliated with the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Association and the Mamma Jamma Ride where she helped raise millions of dollars to aid in breast cancer prevention.

As a philanthropist and community activist Andrea McWilliams is on the board of the Preservation Austin, Ballet Austin, Pease Park Conservancy, the Mexi-Arte Museum and many other activities that benefit the city she loves and lives in.

Andrea McWilliams is a native Texan and the majority of her many endeavors are located in Austin, Texas where she lives with her husband, Dean, and three children in a historic home in Old Enfield, an Austin neighborhood.

Andrea McWilliams received the “Austin Business Journal “Profiles in Power Award” and the “Woman of Distinction Award” given by the Girl Scouts of Central Texas and she served as a member of the Girl Scouts Centennial Celebration.

Andrea McWilliams has many talents and interests and is entirely a modern woman with awareness of current trends and social directions and is particularly involved in a wide variety of organizations that promote the well being and development of her city.