Andrea Mueller

Andrea Mueller has been appointed Associate Director of the archdiocesan Office for Ministry with Young Adults (OMYA), the archdiocese announced March 5. The appointment becomes effective March 18, 2024.

Mueller, born in Latrobe, Pennsylvania and raised in Clifton, Virginia, currently serves as the Director of Fellowship and Service for the Philadelphia Chapter of Young Catholic Professionals and is a member of Saint Patrick Parish located in Rittenhouse Square. 

Mueller’s previous roles include working as a management consultant at PwC within its People Analytics practice, serving a variety of clients across continents and industries where she gained experience in assessing employee feedback via surveys and research best practices, to improve employees’ experience at work and increase organizational effectiveness.

In 2017, Mueller returned to Pennsylvania to attend Saint Joseph’s University. During her time at SJU, she was appointed to various leadership and academic roles, including Student Senate Campus Ministry Chair, Writing Center Tutor, and Psychology Graduate Assistant.

She also served in various young adult ministry and service-related roles that helped her establish a passion for serving the broader community of Philadelphia and the Church. She was a youth minister at a local parish, coordinated weekly service opportunities, and led the Philadelphia Service Immersion Program for undergraduate students.

Mueller graduated from Saint Joseph’s University in 2021 and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology. She minored in Spanish and English. In 2022, she received a Master of Science degree in Experimental Psychology, with a focus in social psychology research, from SJU.

The OMYA is part of the Office for Faith Formation for Youth and Young Adults (OFFYYA). It was established by Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez in July 2020 to engage and accompany young adults as Missionary Disciples for Jesus Christ in the world around them.