Andrew Williams is a communications, public affairs and public policy professional with over 15 years experience working in London and Washington, DC.
As an associate at Boyle Public Affairs, he worked to showcase SafePorts a new US owned business and logistics hub launched in the Kingdom of Jordan, and led the re-branding and re-launch of the French-American Cultural Foundation, a US philanthropic organization dedicated to strengthening relationships between France and America.
He previously worked as director of international relations for a London based education think tank, where he spearheaded a US outreach initiative among think tanks and policy influencers in Washington DC. Prior to relocating to the US, Andrew was parliamentary manager for Cambridge Assessment a global provider of curriculums, assessments and qualifications and part of the University of Cambridge. Andrew was the organization’s eyes, ears, and voice in Westminster, ensuring Cambridge Assessment’s research informed education policy making. He developed and ran thought leadership campaigns on a series of issues and promoted Cambridge’s ground breaking work on mathematics education and its position as the world’s English language learning experts. Before joining Cambridge, Andrew was chief of staff and policy advisor to Sir Julian Brazier TD then UK Member of Parliament and Conservative Party Shadow Minister for Shipping and Aviation.
Andrew graduated from King’s College London with a BA Hons in War Studies and relocated to Washington DC from London in 2016. He currently resides in Arlington.