Andria McClellan is an American politician who is currently the Chair of the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission, where she serves as Chair of its Coastal Resilience Subcommittee and its Legislative Committee. She is also a fundraiser and civic leader known for her work promoting small businesses, innovation, and the economy.
Andria hasn’t revealed much about her early life and background, but it is known that she was born and raised in Virginia. Looking at her social media, she was born in 1973 as she is 48 years old, and was raised by her single mother although her name was not shared. It is known that her father left the family when Andria was very young. Her mother had to work multiple jobs to earn a living, which taught Andria responsibility at an early age. She was born into a Christian family and is of white Caucasian descent. She is currently around 50-55 years old.
Andria hasn’t revealed much about her early education, but she is known to have graduated from Green’s Virginia high school. She is known to have attended the Governor’s School of Mathematics and Science. For her college education, she attended the University of Virginia in 1987 and graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies, Economics. She attended the University of Pennsylvania in 1994, where she enrolled in the Wharton Management Program Business, graduating in 1996. She later joined the University of Virginia’s Sorensen Institute and enrolled in the Political Leaders program in 2013.
Andria McClellan career
Andria started her career as a sales manager and in marketing. She began working as a marketing specialist for well-known Fortune 500 companies. She later attended an entrepreneurship program at Wharton and decided to advance in this field. Andria was involved in start-ups for a few years and developed perspectives for small businesses. She then ventured into public service and social work, assisting organizations with fundraising and helping innovative companies develop prospects and grow.
Her work was recognized and she was soon appointed chair of the Virginia Small Business Advisory Board and also soon joined the board of the Hampton Roads Technology Council to help budding entrepreneurs. In 2008, she entered politics and the local level, supporting Barak Obama’s campaign locally while becoming a civic leader herself. Later, in 2014, she became Commissioner of the Norfolk Planning Commission and served as Chair of the Advisory Board at Norfolk Public Schools. The following year she became vice chair of the Virginia Democratic Party and a member of the Hampton Road Advisory Board. She has also become a board member at organizations such as the Civic Leadership Institute and WHRO Public Media, of which she is currently a member.
Works as a Democrat
She is a founding member of the Democratic Business Alliance of South Hampton Roads, formed in 2016, and has served on the Virginia Small Business Advisory Board, Family, and Children’s Trust, and also served as co-chair of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra’s Search Committee. By 2018, she became a board member at 757 Accelerate Start-up and a board member at 757 Angels. She also became a board member of the UVA’s Center for Politics and a board member of the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership.
In 2016 she also ran for the seat of the Super Ward of Norfolk City Council and won the election. She was named a Top 40 under 40 by Inside Business and a Local Hero by Bank of America. Andria is currently a member of many organizations, boards, and councils and a member of Norfolk City Council. She recently emerged as the Democratic Party’s candidate for lieutenant governor of Virginia.
Andria McClellan social media
Andria is very active on social media platforms. She currently has a total of 1166 followers on her Instagram account, where she enjoys posting about her campaigns, her job, pictures with friends and family, sharing old memories, etc.
She has also been on Twitter since March 2009 and currently has over 2600 followers. He currently has a reach of around 2,500 people on her Facebook page. She has also maintained her LinkedIn profile and updates it regularly for professional connections.
Andria McClellan Biography
|Real name||Andria McClellan|
|date of birth||1973|
|Age (as of 2023)||50 years|
|place of birth||Petersburg, Virginia Beach, United States|
|job||Politician & Businesswoman & Community Activist|
|height||in feet inches – 5′ 10” – in centimeters – 178 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 57kg – in pounds – 125 pounds|
Andria McClellan family
|sister||One (Julie McClellan)|
|school||Green Run High School|
|University||University of Pennsylvania|
|Who is Andria McClellan’s husband?||Mike McClellan|
Andria is currently married to her husband Mike but has not revealed anything about him. The couple has no details about their marriage and how they met. She is also known as the mother of three teenage sons, but has not shared their names either. Andrea is very fond of pets and also owns two dogs named Molly and Johnnie. She named one of her sons after fictional Ayn Rand character Howard Roark. She once dissed Diverse Kids on Facebook and was reportedly booted from the board of directors at the private school her sons went to when she did.
Andria McClellan Net Worth
Andria has been a politician and civil leader for several years. She was very active and was a member of various organizations and committees. She has earned her income mainly from her job as a politician and has acquired a large fortune. Her husband is Vice President of Norfolk Southern Corporation. The home they live in at 531 Warren Crescent in Norfolk, VA was purchased in 2005 for $1.136 million. They also own a vacation home in the Virginia mountains and have been talking about building a beach house in Virginia Beach. Andria used to refer to herself as a “philanthropist” before apparently finding that word didn’t sit well with politically.
Facts About Andria McClellan
- During her undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia, she was part of the Kappa Delta sorority.
- Andria was part of the university guide service and also an active member of AISEC.
- She was named Outstanding Emerging Philanthropic Leader in 2015.
- She received the Women in Business award and was included in Inside Business’ Power List in 2018 and 2019 respectively.
- In 2019 she was named top gay HRVA, top ally and top elected local official.