Andrea Massey-Farrell is senior VP of community relations for Orlando, Fla.-based Massey Services, as well as president and CEO of the Harvey & Carol Massey Foundation. She was selected as one of Orlando Business Journal‘s 2021 “Women Who Mean Business” honorees.
The annual award recognizes female leaders in Central Florida for career achievements and impact on the community. This year, the Orlando Business Journal selected a total of 20 women to receive the accolade.
According to a press release, Massey-Farrell has overseen the distribution of more than $6 million in charitable contributions and more than $90,000 in in-kind services since she started. She has led multiple charitable and volunteer initiatives throughout all of Massey Services’ markets.
Massey-Farrell is the daughter of Carol Massey and Harvey Massey, a Pest Management Professional Hall of Fame member (Class of 2008).
“We are very pleased and proud of Andrea for being recognized with this honor from the Orlando Business Journal,” Harvey, chairman and CEO of Massey Services, said. “She is passionate about helping our communities and encouraging others to do the same. For the last several years, Andrea has been essential in leading our foundation and company’s philanthropic efforts and helping fulfill our mission of giving back to the communities where we do business.”
Massey-Farrell has also donated her time to serve on the board of several organizations, including Florida Nemours Hospital, Central Florida YMCA, Mead Botanical Garden, Orlando Shakes Theater and more. Non-profit organizations with which she’s been involved include Autism Speaks, United Way and United Arts of Central Florida, Junior Achievement of Central Florida and the American Heart Association. She is a frequent speaker at the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership and volunteers at numerous arts and educational organizations.