Director of Innovation and Learning
Middle School Math Teacher


B.S. Biology, Georgetown University
M.Ed. Marymount University
PhD. Studies Education Leadership, George Mason University

Andrea joined the Congressional faculty in 2015 as our 5th and 6th Grade Math Teacher. Before joining the Congressional team, she taught High School Honors Geometry, Probability and Statistics and developed project-based lessons and assessments. Andrea worked for 13 years at Flint Hill School as a Middle School Math Teacher and Lower/Middle School Math Department Chair, Technology Coordinator and Math Curriculum Coordinator. Andrea has recently been appointed to the Board of Trustees for Emerging Scholars and is a member of the Professional Development Advisory Commission of the Virginia Association of Independent Schools. She has been an adjunct math professor at Northern Virginia Community College, an instructor of innovative curriculum and mathematics methods at the Graduate School of Education at George Mason University, and has co-authored a number of educational publications. Before entering the field of education, Andrea enjoyed a highly successful 20-year career in the systems engineering, information technology research and management fields, as an Executive Vice President, Chief Information and Technology Officer, and Director.


“I wake up every morning excited to spend the day with the students and faculty here at Congressional. In my role, I am privileged to work across the school for our students, enhancing curriculum to deepen their educational experiences.”

Andrea Soppi

Administrative Assistant

Carlos Hernandez

STEM Educator

Deborah Everson

Senior Accountant