Andrea McWilliams was born and raised in Austin, Texas just a few steps away from the State Capitol. With this strong political upbringing, it has inspired her to make a difference in her community in several different areas. She has made her mark the business community throughout the nation. Andrea McWilliams is a talented philanthropist for the nonprofit organizations and also volunteers in her community to help benefit local businesses. Some of the businesses she has represented include Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, KillCancer, Mexi-Arte Museum, Arthouse, HeartGift, Austin Children in Crisis, and the Elizabeth Ann Senton Hospital. To help inspire the youth of this generation, Andrea McWilliams partners with Austin Business Journal as a mentor to the youth.
She has won several awards throughout her career. A few years ago she the Austin American-Statesman accepted her as a member of their Glossy 8 and she accepted the “Austin Under 40” award. She graciously accepted the Austin Business Journals “Profiles in Power” award and the Texas Woman’s Chamber of Commerce “2016 Texas Business Women of the Year” award. The Girls Scouts located in Central Texas awarded her with their “Woman of Distinction” award. This year Andrea McWilliams proudly accepted Austin’s Fashion Weeks “Style Setter” award to recognizer her hard work and dedication to the local nonprofit organizations.
Andrea McWilliams is proud to help preserve and protect Austins heritage, as well as help improve the advancements in medical breakthroughs for the future generations. Andrea McWilliams currently resides in the historic Old Enfield house with her husband and three children.