Andrea worked for two decades as a lawyer with the United Nations. She began her career as a UN liaison officer to the US Congress, then spent 15 years in the Hague working in the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and 4 years in Cambodia working on prosecutions of the Khmer Rouge.
Andrea was the Director of the Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Director of International Projects. She worked on domestic prosecutions of war crimes as a Senior Legal Fellow for the Center of Justice and Accountability and as the US Country Coordinator of Civitas Maxima.
Andrea is the Co-Founder and Executive Vice-President of EOS Tech Trust, where she serves as the Director of Human Rights and Rule of Law projects.
She has taught International Human Rights at the University of Pennsylvania and Villanova Law School. As part of a US-Russia foundation grant awarded to the McCain Institute and the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Andrea has trained Russian civil society on legal venues to prosecute human rights violations. Andrea is part of the Atrocity Crimes Advisory group for Ukraine. She has published numerous articles concerning the prosecution of war crimes and human rights violations.
Andrea is one of the founders of the Indradevi Hope Award, established to honor individuals working to strengthen women's rights in Cambodia. She worked with Jesuit Refugee Services to provide pro bono legal advice on land rights to Cambodians and was a member of the board of Family Promise, a non-profit working to help families out of homelessness in the Philadelphia area.
Andrea has a BA from Columbia University, an MA from the University of Zagreb, a JD from Temple University, and a PhD from Leiden University.