Andrea R. Flores served in the White House from age twenty-four to age twenty-five as a Policy Assistant on both the Immigration and Rural Affairs teams in the Domestic Policy Council. Her work centered on advocating for commonsense immigration reform and strengthening rural communities. Before joining the White House, Andrea was a presidential appointee at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services before returning to the Department of Homeland Security, to continue her work on immigration policy in the Secretary’s Office. Following her time in the Obama Administration, Andrea was a Regional Policy Director on the Hillary for America campaign. Originally from Las Cruces, New Mexico, Andrea holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard College, where she was elected the first Latinx student body president, and a law degree from Columbia Law School. Andrea is currently an attorney practicing in Washington, DC.