Boston University Law School, LL.M

Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Law Degree


  • Defended multiple charges of discrimination in front of the EEOC and state agencies with persuasive position statements and provided representation at mediation conferences that led to dismissal of the charges.
  • Represented company with 15,000+ employees (both union and non-union) in multiple states in all aspects of employment law and traditional labor issues.
  • Successfully conducted multiple and lengthy investigation in a charge of harassment and discrimination based on disability in a union environment that led to successful creation of an Inclusive Work Environment. Through this complaint, Andrea discovered a group with lots of problems. It was a very complicated situation from both legal and organizational perspectives. Andrea dove in readily, not only to address the legal issues, but also to lead change management.
  • Trained management and hourly workforce in various matters, including but not limited to: avoiding litigation landmines; preventing harassment and discrimination; managing in a unionized environment; respect in the workplace; and compliance with multiple laws (e.g. American with Disabilities Act, Family Medical Leave Act, Paid Sick Leave, NY Anti-sexual Harassment).


U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont, 2023

Vermont, 2021

U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, 2020

Massachusetts, 2017

Peru, 2012

Memberships & Activities

Vermont Bar Association

Massachusetts Bar Association

American Bar Association

Community Involvement

Impact Monadnock – Early Childhood Development Initiative. Strategic Plan Committee and Volunteer – 2015- 2017

United Way of Windham County. Member of Board of Directors, 2021


Andrea has presented to various audiences on topics including harassment in the workplace, FMLA, paid leave laws, pay transparency, employee handbooks and wage and hour topics.