CEO Of Massey Foundation Becomes 2021’s ‘Women Who Mean Business’ Recipient

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Chief Executive Officer of Harvey and Carol Massey Foundation and Vice President Community Relations for Massey Services Orlando branch Andrea Massey Farrell makes it to the list of this year’s Women Who Mean Business list.

She is being honored for her astounding services towards the community and encouraging others to actively participate in helping underprivileged members of society.

The annual event acknowledges women who have made remarkable career accomplishments and their efforts have had a positive impact on their surroundings and the environment.

The nominees included a total of 20 people, all incredibly strong and intelligent females, advocating for extremely important social causes and raising their voices to build a better and brighter future.

Miss Andrea has partnered with multiple NGOs and volunteers at numerous art and educational organizations. She has lead several charitable initiatives in her firm and has overseen the distribution of more than US$6,000,000 in contributions.

She has donated her time and energy to serve on the board of numerous well-known establishments like Mead Botanical Garden, Florida Nemours Hospital and Orlando Shakes Theater, etc.

Andrea has extended a helping hand to different institutes and her philanthropic contributions involve working with the American Heart Association, Autism Speaks, United Way, and Junior Achievement of Central Florida.

Farrell hopes to continue doing things she’s passionate about, leave a lasting mark, and bring positive changes.