Andrea McWilliams is a fascinating young businesswomen. Born and raised a short distance from the Texas state capitol, she now devotes her career to improving her community for the future generations. With great support of her family to pursue her dreams, Andrea McWilliams became a talented politician skilled to help Austin preserve the historic past and maintain the steady growth into the future.
As a philanthropist and community volunteer Andrea McWilliams has been a board member for non-profit groups such as Ballet Austin, Mexi-Arte Museum, Arthouse, Preservation Austin, Pease Park Conservancy, and Rise Across Texas Challenge. Other non-profit organizations she has been involved with include HeartGift, Austin Children in Crisis, Susan G. Komen Cancer Foundation, KillCancer, Pioneer Farms, and many more.
Andrea McWilliams dedication to her career has been recognized by many. She has graciously accepted a numerous amounts of rewards. On several occasions she has been named on the “All Stars” of Austin American Statesman Fortunate 500 list. She was also named the “2016 Texas Businesswoman of the Year Finalist.” She also received the Austin Business Journal’s “Profile in Power.” The Austin American-Statesman named her as a member on the “Glossy 8 List.” She received the “Austin Under 40” Award. To honor her hard work and dedication to the non-profit organizations, Fashion Week awarded her the “Style Setter” award. And the girl scouts of central Texas honored her with their “Woman of Distinction” Award.
In addition to her career as a co-founder of her public relations consultant business, Andrea McWilliams currently remains active in several non-profit organizations located in her community. Some of which include Ballet Austin, Pease Park Conservancy, and Preservation Austin. She also finds time to partner with Austin Business Journal to mentor young women of central Texas.