External Relations Chair
Andrea Flynn was born and raised in a small-town, middle-class community in Massachusetts. Andrea is committed to the political, economic, and social equity and advancement of young women and has spent the last ten years working with organizations committed to these goals. She is currently pursuing a joint master’s degree in public health and public administration at Columbia University, where she is focusing on reproductive and sexual health and international development. Andrea has worked as a consultant for a number of women’s foundations and organizations, most recently for the Namibia Women’s Health Network, where she helped to raise awareness of the forced and coerced sterilization of Namibian women living with HIV. Prior to beginning her master’s program, Andrea managed the Women Moving Millions campaign, an initiative that raised $190M for women’s foundations globally.