With more than a decade of experience in public affairs, Andrea Riccio has the ability to breakthrough noise with the stories that matter most. Prior to joining S-3, Andrea ran targeted campaigns at a leading Washington, DC public relations firm – creating compelling content for businesses, campaigns, and associations.
Riccio got her start on Capitol Hill, spending eight years in communications, House Democratic leadership, and on Congressional campaigns. On Capitol Hill, she served as the Deputy Director for the House Democratic Policy and Communications Committee, under then Chairman Steve Israel (D-NY) and Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi. There she spearheaded House Democratic messaging during the 2016 election cycle and led multiple targeted campaigns.
Riccio previously worked as Director of Member Services for Congressman Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) and as Deputy Chief of Staff for Congressman Paul Tonko (D-NY).