Andria McClellan is an American politician for the Democrats who have recently stood up as a candidate for the Lt. Governor position of Virginia. She is also a fundraiser and civic leader well-known for her work in promoting small businesses, innovation, and the economy.
A native of Virginia, Andria was born in 1970 and she is 53 years old as of 2023. She hasn’t shared much about her early life and family background but we know that she was raised by her single mother although. Her father is known to have left the family when Andria was very young.
Her mother had to work several jobs to make a living which made Andria learn responsibilities early on in life. She was born in a Christian family and is of white Caucasian ethnicity. Andria has not shared much about her early education but it is known that she graduated from Green run high school in Virginia.
She attended the Governor’s School for Math and Science. For her college education, she went on to attend the University of Virginia in 1987 and graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Asian studies, Economics.
She further went to attend the University of Pennsylvania in 1994 where she was enrolled in the Wharton management program, Business and completed the study in 1996. She later went on to join the University of Virginia Sorensen Institute and enrolled in the political leader’s program in 2013.
Andria McClellan Career
Andria started her career as a sales manager in the Marketing field. She started working for well-known Fortune 500 companies as a marketer. She later went on to attend an entrepreneurship program at Wharton and decided to move forward in the field. Andria went on to involve in start-ups and develop prospects for small businesses for a few years.
She then ventured into the area of public service and social work while helping organizations in Fundraising and helping innovative businesses to develop prospects and grow. Her work was recognized and she was soon appointed as the chair of the Virginia small business advisory board and soon also joined the board of Hampton Roads technology council to help budding entrepreneurs.
In 2008, she stepped into politics and on a local level and supported Barak Obama’s campaign on a local level while becoming a civic leader herself. Later by 2014, she became the Commissioner of the Norfolk Planning Commission and served as advisory board chair at Norfolk public schools. By the following year, she became Vice-chair of the Democratic Party of Virginia a Hampton Road advisory board member. She also became a board member at organizations like Civic leadership institute and WHRO Public Media where she is presently a member as well.
Works as a Democratic
She is a founding member of the Democratic business alliance of South Hampton Roads set up in 2016 and served on Virginia small business advisory board, Family and Children’s Trust, and was also co-chair of the search committee at the Virginia symphony orchestra. By 2018, she became an executive member at 757 Accelerate start-up and a board member at 757 Angels. She also became a board member of UVA’S Center for Politics and also a board at the Sorensen Institute of political leadership.
In 2016, she also ran for the seat of Norfolk city council super ward and won the election. She was named “Top 40 under 40” by Inside Business and also honored as a local hero by Bank of America. Andria is currently a member of many organizations, boards, and councils and is a Norfolk city council member. She recently stood up as a candidate for the Lieutenant governor position of Virginia from the Democratic party.
Andria is highly active on social media platforms. On her Instagram account, she currently has a total of 1166 followers and she likes to post about her campaigns, her profession, pictures with friends and family share old memories, etc. She is also on Twitter since 2009 and currently has 2153 followers. On her Facebook page, he currently has a reach of around 2400 people. She also has maintained her LinkedIn profile and updates it regularly for professional socializing.
Andria McClellan Biography
|Real Name||Andria McClellan|
|Age (as of 2023)||53 Years|
|Birth Place||Petersburg, Virginia Beach, USA|
|Profession||Politician & Businesswoman & Community Activist|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 10” – in Centimeters – 178 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 57 kg – in Pounds – 125 lbs|
|Sister||One (Julie McClellan)|
|School||Green Run High School|
|College||University of Pennsylvania|
|Who is her Husband?||Mike McClellan|
Andria is currently married to her husband Mike but has not shared anything about him. The couple has not shared details about their marriage and how they met. She is also known to be a mother to three teenage sons but has not shared their names either.
Andrea is really enthusiastic about pets and also owns two dogs named Molly and Johnnie. She named one of her sons after the fictional Ayn Rand character Howard Roark. She dissed learning-different children on Facebook once, and allegedly got booted from the board of directors of the private school her sons went to when she did.
Andria McClellan Net Worth
Andria has been working as a politician and civil leader for several years. she has been highly active and has been part of various organizations and boards. She has mainly sourced her income through her profession as a politician and has acquired great wealth. Her husband is a vice president at Norfolk Southern Corporation.
The house they live in at “531 Warren Crescent in Norfolk, VA” was bought for $1.136 million in 2005. They also own a vacation house in the mountains of Virginia and were talking about building themselves a beach house in Virginia Beach. Andria used to tout herself as a “philanthropist,” before she apparently figured out that word didn’t go over so well politically.
- She was part of the Kappa Delta sorority during her bachelor’s degree program at the University of Virginia.
- Andria was part of the University guide service and also an active member at AISEC.
- She became the 2015 outstanding emerging philanthropic leader.
- She received the “Women in Business” honor and was included in the “power list” in 2018 and 2019 respectively by Inside Business.
- In 2019, she became the best of Gay HRVA, Best Ally, and the best elected local official.