Andrea has spent over 20 years as a social entrepreneur dedicated to transforming the way care is delivered to seniors at home. As HouseWorks Founder and CEO, her vision crystalized when she took care of both her parents and made an unwavering commitment to redefine what it means to age. As its core purpose, HouseWorks returns a sense of control to adult children and their parents. This is how Andrea and her team built one of the largest, independent private home care companies in the country.
A visionary leader, Andrea is committed to leveraging her business accomplishments to create a powerful force for bringing about social change. She sits on the Board of The Commonwealth Institute, the Schwartz Center Leadership Council, and the Caregiver Action Network—the nation’s leading caregiver organization – and serves as an appointee to the Massachusetts Women Forum.
Andrea served as an at-large delegate to the White House Conference on Aging in 2005 and influenced national policies that impact all seniors and family caregivers. Always thinking out-of-the box, she is widely recognized for her innovation in senior care, recently being appointed to the Community Care Corp, a new, federal initiative that mobilizes volunteers to help older adults across the nation age in place.
Andrea received her MSW of from Boston College and completed her Bachelor’s at Ithaca College in upstate New York.