Andrea McWilliams was raised on Congress Avenue. She lives in Old Enfield with her husband and their three children.
She has been a board member for several non-profit organizations. These include Texas Lyceum, besides Preservation Austin, as well as Mexi–Arte Museum. She has also been on the Board of Ballet Austin, Arthouse, as well as Pease Park Conservancy and Rise Across Texas Challenge. Other non-profit organizations with which Andrea McWilliams is involved include HeartGift, and the Elizabeth Ann Seton Hospital, besides Austin Children in Crisis. She has been on the Board of Pioneer Farms along with the Waterloo President’s Council. And this is not all.
Andrea McWilliams has been an inaugural member of Long Center’s Notable Women besides being a long-time member of the St. David’s Hospital Toast of the Town Committee.
She is a native of Austin. She has been the President of Inherit Austin. This is an organization which is dedicated to preserving the architectural as well as cultural past of Austin. This is done by protecting the important landmarks of the city, its historical fabric, and by safeguarding its unique character too.
Andrea McWilliams has even represented the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. She has represented KillCancer too. Both of them are nonprofit groups which are committed towards cancer prevention. In addition, Andrea McWilliams has been the honorary chair for the Mamma Jamma Ride. This has been able to raise millions of dollars for the benefits of those non-profits that are helping thousands of Central Texans to cope with breast cancer. These efforts of Andrea McWilliams have been recognized. This is why in 2014, the Seton Breast Cancer Center located in Austin named their screening room after her.