There are lobbyists and then again, there are lobbyists: however, not many are as effective and accomplished as Andrea McWilliams. When McWilliams makes her presence, on behalf of her client, the legislators tend to listen.
Ms. McWilliams has a style uniquely her own. She is astute and knows how to get her point across. The preceding is evidenced by the way Andrea McWilliams is effective in getting the “word out,” about herself. Her selfless determination, on the part of her client, is well-regarded. Perhaps, the preceding is why: Andrea McWilliams serves a client base whispered as “quite influential,” and some even shout the fact just a bit louder–that is above a whisper.
Andrea McWilliams, as business person, plays three interesting roles. She is first and foremost a political consultant. She is a clever strategist–secondly; and lastly, she is lobbyist. McWilliams, though, takes all of her roles seriously, regardless of the listing sequence, presented, here.
Andrea McWilliams, suffice it to say, in her activities of a lobbyist, wishes to influence the decisions of governmental authorities, on behalf of her clients. She wishes to influence the vote of the lawmaker–and to do so in the Lobby just outside of the chamber where lawmaking takes place. It is a given: effective lobbying is necessary in order to promote change.
Andrea McWilliams, though, as her role of adviser has taken on a very important role: She almost seems to become a mind reader, when working for the client. This attribute is what is essential in “glamming” up the role of adviser somewhat. The adviser of today, and like McWilliams, is not the once traditional icon. McWilliams is a forthcoming and intelligent force, willing to present her thoughts to her client, after careful discernment and listening to the needs of that client, and in effective lobbying efforts, as it pertains to what the client wishes to change: politically.
Andrea McWilliams is an exceptional communicator; an intelligent analyst–and oh–yes–a very well-regarded lobbyist.