Director of Operations
Andrea first joined CACF in 2003. As the Director of Operations, Andrea oversees internal functioning of the organization and works on strengthening administrative and operational efficiency. She works closely with the Co-Executive Directors in leading fundraising efforts and in developing relations with key stakeholders.
Andrea returned to CACF in 2010 to oversee Membership and Capacity Building. From that role, she continues to engage CACF’s 50+ member organizations by keeping them informed about key policy and advocacy campaigns, increasing their visibility through information and resource sharing, and promoting collaborative opportunities.
From 2003 to 2006, Andrea was the Outreach and Education Coordinator for CACF, responsible for managing community partnerships and supporting our youth leadership program, and supporting Project CORE (Children Overcoming through Resources and Education), a post-9/11 training and community education program.
Prior to CACF, Andrea was the information and membership coordinator for the Asian American Arts Alliance, a non-profit arts organization dedicated to supporting the work of pan-ethnic, multidisciplinary Asian American artists and arts organizations. Andrea received her Bachelor of Arts in History from Oberlin College, and a Masters in Education from Hunter College, specializing in Early Education and Special Education. She was raised in Chinatown and currently lives in Brooklyn.