ABOUT ANDREA

I am a sixth-generation Tennessean, and I am proud to hail from the Volunteer State.  My parents, now in their mid-80s, are life-long residents of Haywood County and remain as active as their health allows.  My father has bravely battled Parkinson’s for the past fifteen years, and my family, together with compassionate caregivers, makes life with a chronic illness comfortable. My husband and I have been married for 28 years, and we have two inquisitive sons. Our first-born lives in Nashville and is in his first year of medical school there. Our younger son is a senior at the University of the South.

I am a graduate of Haywood High School, Tennessee State University, and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. For the past seventeen years, I have served as CEO of Golden Circle Insurance Agency, a spinoff from Golden Circle Life Insurance Company, the company my maternal grandfather founded in the 1950s that provided life and health insurance coverage as well as employment for residents across the state. I am also a licensed funeral director in Tennessee, and through both my personal and professional experiences, I am able to understand the issues and challenges our neighbors and fellow residents encounter daily.

Nearly ten years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Because of our insurance coverage, it was detected very early. I was able to seek second opinions and complete treatments without worrying about this catastrophic illness bankrupting our family. I am a cancer survivor and have worked with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in partnership with the American Cancer Society so that we may prevent this disease and support those who are battling it.

I was inspired to run for State Representative District 82 in large part because of my clients. I have shared in my clients’ despair when preexisting conditions or personal finances made them ineligible for health insurance coverage. It was frustrating to know that some clients were eligible for MEDICAID, but because our state decided not to expand MEDICAID, they had to live with medical and health uncertainties, realizing they could not afford doctor visits, medical treatments, or life-saving medications. I turned my frustration and heartbreak into action and became a candidate. I am running because loving our neighbors means advocating for them—even the most vulnerable populations. For more information, please see my platform Health Care, Jobs/ Employment, and Education.

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I am a sixth-generation Tennessean, and I am proud to hail from the Volunteer State.  My parents, now in their mid-80s, are life-long residents of Haywood County and remain as active as their health allows.  My father has bravely battled Parkinson’s for the past fifteen years, and my family, together with compassionate caregivers, makes life with a chronic illness comfortable. My husband and I have been married for 28 years, and we have two inquisitive sons. Our first-born lives in Nashville and is in his first year of medical school there. Our younger son is a senior at the University of the South.

I am a graduate of Haywood High School, Tennessee State University, and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. For the past seventeen years, I have served as CEO of Golden Circle Insurance Agency, a spinoff from Golden Circle Life Insurance Company, the company my maternal grandfather founded in the 1950s that provided life and health insurance coverage as well as employment for residents across the state. I am also a licensed funeral director in Tennessee, and through both my personal and professional experiences, I am able to understand the issues and challenges our neighbors and fellow residents encounter daily.

Nearly ten years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Because of our insurance coverage, it was detected very early. I was able to seek second opinions and complete treatments without worrying about this catastrophic illness bankrupting our family. I am a cancer survivor and have worked with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in partnership with the American Cancer Society so that we may prevent this disease and support those who are battling it.

I was inspired to run for State Representative District 82 in large part because of my clients. I have shared in my clients’ despair when preexisting conditions or personal finances made them ineligible for health insurance coverage. It was frustrating to know that some clients were eligible for MEDICAID, but because our state decided not to expand MEDICAID, they had to live with medical and health uncertainties, realizing they could not afford doctor visits, medical treatments, or life-saving medications. I turned my frustration and heartbreak into action and became a candidate. I am running because loving our neighbors means advocating for them—even the most vulnerable populations. For more information, please see my platform Health Care, Jobs/ Employment, and Education.

I am a sixth-generation Tennessean, and I am proud to hail from the Volunteer State.  My parents, now in their mid-80s, are life-long residents of Haywood County and remain as active as their health allows.  My father has bravely battled Parkinson’s for the past fifteen years, and my family, together with compassionate caregivers, makes life with a chronic illness comfortable. My husband and I have been married for 28 years, and we have two inquisitive sons. Our first-born lives in Nashville and is in his first year of medical school there. Our younger son is a senior at the University of the South.

I am a graduate of Haywood High School, Tennessee State University, and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. For the past seventeen years, I have served as CEO of Golden Circle Insurance Agency, a spinoff from Golden Circle Life Insurance Company, the company my maternal grandfather founded in the 1950s that provided life and health insurance coverage as well as employment for residents across the state. I am also a licensed funeral director in Tennessee, and through both my personal and professional experiences, I am able to understand the issues and challenges our neighbors and fellow residents encounter daily.

Nearly ten years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Because of our insurance coverage, it was detected very early. I was able to seek second opinions and complete treatments without worrying about this catastrophic illness bankrupting our family. I am a cancer survivor and have worked with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in partnership with the American Cancer Society so that we may prevent this disease and support those who are battling it.

I was inspired to run for State Representative District 82 in large part because of my clients. I have shared in my clients’ despair when preexisting conditions or personal finances made them ineligible for health insurance coverage. It was frustrating to know that some clients were eligible for MEDICAID, but because our state decided not to expand MEDICAID, they had to live with medical and health uncertainties, realizing they could not afford doctor visits, medical treatments, or life-saving medications. I turned my frustration and heartbreak into action and became a candidate. I am running because loving our neighbors means advocating for them—even the most vulnerable populations. For more information, please see my platform Health Care, Jobs/ Employment, and Education.

I am a sixth-generation Tennessean, and I am proud to hail from the Volunteer State.  My parents, now in their mid-80s, are life-long residents of Haywood County and remain as active as their health allows.  My father has bravely battled Parkinson’s for the past fifteen years, and my family, together with compassionate caregivers, makes life with a chronic illness comfortable. My husband and I have been married for 28 years, and we have two inquisitive sons. Our first-born lives in Nashville and is in his first year of medical school there. Our younger son is a senior at the University of the South.

I am a graduate of Haywood High School, Tennessee State University, and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. For the past seventeen years, I have served as CEO of Golden Circle Insurance Agency, a spinoff from Golden Circle Life Insurance Company, the company my maternal grandfather founded in the 1950s that provided life and health insurance coverage as well as employment for residents across the state. I am also a licensed funeral director in Tennessee, and through both my personal and professional experiences, I am able to understand the issues and challenges our neighbors and fellow residents encounter daily.

Nearly ten years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Because of our insurance coverage, it was detected very early. I was able to seek second opinions and complete treatments without worrying about this catastrophic illness bankrupting our family. I am a cancer survivor and have worked with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in partnership with the American Cancer Society so that we may prevent this disease and support those who are battling it.

I was inspired to run for State Representative District 82 in large part because of my clients. I have shared in my clients’ despair when preexisting conditions or personal finances made them ineligible for health insurance coverage. It was frustrating to know that some clients were eligible for MEDICAID, but because our state decided not to expand MEDICAID, they had to live with medical and health uncertainties, realizing they could not afford doctor visits, medical treatments, or life-saving medications. I turned my frustration and heartbreak into action and became a candidate. I am running because loving our neighbors means advocating for them—even the most vulnerable populations. For more information, please see my platform Health Care, Jobs/ Employment, and Education.

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I am a sixth-generation Tennessean, and I am proud to hail from the Volunteer State.  My parents, now in their mid-80s, are life-long residents of Haywood County and remain as active as their health allows.  My father has bravely battled Parkinson’s for the past fifteen years, and my family, together with compassionate caregivers, makes life with a chronic illness comfortable. My husband and I have been married for 28 years, and we have two inquisitive sons. Our first-born lives in Nashville and is in his first year of medical school there. Our younger son is a senior at the University of the South.

I am a graduate of Haywood High School, Tennessee State University, and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. For the past seventeen years, I have served as CEO of Golden Circle Insurance Agency, a spinoff from Golden Circle Life Insurance Company, the company my maternal grandfather founded in the 1950s that provided life and health insurance coverage as well as employment for residents across the state. I am also a licensed funeral director in Tennessee, and through both my personal and professional experiences, I am able to understand the issues and challenges our neighbors and fellow residents encounter daily.

Nearly ten years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Because of our insurance coverage, it was detected very early. I was able to seek second opinions and complete treatments without worrying about this catastrophic illness bankrupting our family. I am a cancer survivor and have worked with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in partnership with the American Cancer Society so that we may prevent this disease and support those who are battling it.

I was inspired to run for State Representative District 82 in large part because of my clients. I have shared in my clients’ despair when preexisting conditions or personal finances made them ineligible for health insurance coverage. It was frustrating to know that some clients were eligible for MEDICAID, but because our state decided not to expand MEDICAID, they had to live with medical and health uncertainties, realizing they could not afford doctor visits, medical treatments, or life-saving medications. I turned my frustration and heartbreak into action and became a candidate. I am running because loving our neighbors means advocating for them—even the most vulnerable populations. For more information, please see my platform Health Care, Jobs/ Employment, and Education.

I am a sixth-generation Tennessean, and I am proud to hail from the Volunteer State.  My parents, now in their mid-80s, are life-long residents of Haywood County and remain as active as their health allows.  My father has bravely battled Parkinson’s for the past fifteen years, and my family, together with compassionate caregivers, makes life with a chronic illness comfortable. My husband and I have been married for 28 years, and we have two inquisitive sons. Our first-born lives in Nashville and is in his first year of medical school there. Our younger son is a senior at the University of the South.

I am a graduate of Haywood High School, Tennessee State University, and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. For the past seventeen years, I have served as CEO of Golden Circle Insurance Agency, a spinoff from Golden Circle Life Insurance Company, the company my maternal grandfather founded in the 1950s that provided life and health insurance coverage as well as employment for residents across the state. I am also a licensed funeral director in Tennessee, and through both my personal and professional experiences, I am able to understand the issues and challenges our neighbors and fellow residents encounter daily.

Nearly ten years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Because of our insurance coverage, it was detected very early. I was able to seek second opinions and complete treatments without worrying about this catastrophic illness bankrupting our family. I am a cancer survivor and have worked with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in partnership with the American Cancer Society so that we may prevent this disease and support those who are battling it.

I was inspired to run for State Representative District 82 in large part because of my clients. I have shared in my clients’ despair when preexisting conditions or personal finances made them ineligible for health insurance coverage. It was frustrating to know that some clients were eligible for MEDICAID, but because our state decided not to expand MEDICAID, they had to live with medical and health uncertainties, realizing they could not afford doctor visits, medical treatments, or life-saving medications. I turned my frustration and heartbreak into action and became a candidate. I am running because loving our neighbors means advocating for them—even the most vulnerable populations. For more information, please see my platform Health Care, Jobs/ Employment, and Education.

I am a sixth-generation Tennessean, and I am proud to hail from the Volunteer State.  My parents, now in their mid-80s, are life-long residents of Haywood County and remain as active as their health allows.  My father has bravely battled Parkinson’s for the past fifteen years, and my family, together with compassionate caregivers, makes life with a chronic illness comfortable. My husband and I have been married for 28 years, and we have two inquisitive sons. Our first-born lives in Nashville and is in his first year of medical school there. Our younger son is a senior at the University of the South.

I am a graduate of Haywood High School, Tennessee State University, and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. For the past seventeen years, I have served as CEO of Golden Circle Insurance Agency, a spinoff from Golden Circle Life Insurance Company, the company my maternal grandfather founded in the 1950s that provided life and health insurance coverage as well as employment for residents across the state. I am also a licensed funeral director in Tennessee, and through both my personal and professional experiences, I am able to understand the issues and challenges our neighbors and fellow residents encounter daily.

Nearly ten years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Because of our insurance coverage, it was detected very early. I was able to seek second opinions and complete treatments without worrying about this catastrophic illness bankrupting our family. I am a cancer survivor and have worked with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in partnership with the American Cancer Society so that we may prevent this disease and support those who are battling it.

I was inspired to run for State Representative District 82 in large part because of my clients. I have shared in my clients’ despair when preexisting conditions or personal finances made them ineligible for health insurance coverage. It was frustrating to know that some clients were eligible for MEDICAID, but because our state decided not to expand MEDICAID, they had to live with medical and health uncertainties, realizing they could not afford doctor visits, medical treatments, or life-saving medications. I turned my frustration and heartbreak into action and became a candidate. I am running because loving our neighbors means advocating for them—even the most vulnerable populations. For more information, please see my platform Health Care, Jobs/ Employment, and Education.