Hello, I’m Andrea Weckerle, and I’m glad you’re here!

After living in four countries and nine U.S. states, and meeting people from all different kinds of backgrounds, I’ve learned the true definition of a successful life: Close and supportive relationships, a lifestyle that fosters physical and emotional wellbeing, and a commitment to helping make the world a better place. The hashtag for my personal philosophy can be described as #ReadyLiving.

Brief snapshot of my professional background

I’m a communications and management consultant with a law background who helps individuals and organizations problem-solve.


Quoted and published in media such as The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, the Guardian, Fortune, New York Daily News, The Christian Science Monitor, Chicago Tribune, U.S. News and World Report, CNN, and USA Today, and presented at places such as SXSW, the National Press Club, and AASCU’s American Democracy Project.

Select Work

  • Run a consultancy offering organizational planning, reputation management, conflict management, and corporate and online communication.

  • Teach graduate courses at Georgetown University.

  • Founded and led CiviliNation, a nonprofit organization fighting online harassment, character assassination, misinformation, and violence, for over ten years. (Closed in mid-2021.)
  • Wrote the book Civility in the Digital Age: How Companies and People Can Triumph over Haters, Trolls, Bullies, and Other Jerks. Listed in Women’s Media Center Free Speech Project’s “10 Must-Read Books About Online Harassment and Free Speech.”
  • Designed graduate courses at Georgetown University and Kent State University.
  • Helped develop, design, and implement alternative dispute resolution systems for Fortune 500 companies while working at global professional services organization Ernst & Young.


Juris Doctor and Master of Arts (MAIS) with a focus on Public Relations/Conflict Analysis and Resolution.