Andrea Flores

VP, Immigration Policy and Campaigns

Andrea R. Flores is the Vice President of Immigration Policy & Campaigns. She is an attorney and policy expert who has spent her career advising lawmakers on reforms to the immigration system. She most recently served as Chief Counsel to Senator Robert Menendez, where she helped negotiate a bipartisan bill to protect federal judges. Previously, she served as the Director of Border Management on the National Security Council and was a member of the Biden-Harris Transition team. At the ACLU, she led the organization’s national immigration advocacy work and on Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, she served as a policy advisor on battleground state policy issues. Andrea also served three years in the Obama Administration, both at the White House Domestic Policy Council and the Department of Homeland Security, where she worked on a range of policies including the creation and implementation of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and the 2013 Senate immigration bill. Andrea grew up in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and attended Columbia Law School and Harvard College. She is a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.