The University of Miami School of Law celebrates the excellence and accomplishments of their Alumni during Black History Month. In an article on their website, the law school said, “Miami Law is proud of its many extraordinary alumni of color. In honor of Black History Month, we are highlighting some past stories written about our trailblazing alumni.”
They went on to elaborate on the accomplishments and achievements of some of their alumna, including our very own Andrea Ewart. Here is an excerpt from the article:
Alumna’s Career in International Trade Law Spans the Globe
Andrea Ewart’s career has taken her from her native Jamaica to Patrice Lumumba People’s Friendship University in Moscow, Russia, for her B.A., to the University of Miami, where she received her M.A. in International Studies and a J.D. at Miami Law. The 2000 alumna and Harvey Reid scholar now calls Washington, D.C., home, where she founded an international trade practice DevelopTradeLaw, LLC to provide custom-tailored legal and business solutions to companies doing business internationally.
Andrea M. Ewart, Esq. is a seasoned international trade and customs attorney and policy adviser for various companies and governments with a demonstrated history of successfully developing and implementing sustainable and dynamic trade programs. She is experienced in creating partnerships with various business-support organizations to drive compliance and growth for international companies. The Washington DC-based International Trade Attorney brings over 20 years of consulting experience in understanding and teaching trade regulations to clients of/with varying backgrounds and expectations in preparation to be competitive in international business. Andrea also reviews and audits existing compliance programs to identify areas of improvement to fit the needs of the organization while meeting the challenges of operating globally.