Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS)
Andriana Vamvakas, Regional Director
Andriana Vamvakas was appointed the Northeastern Regional Director in October 2017. The OLMS regional director is responsible for leading a nationwide criminal and civil enforcement program within a broad geographic area. As regional director, she formulates annual regional program, budgetary, and administrative operations plans, and monitors and evaluates the program work conducted in three field offices with jurisdictions, including 11 states in northeast, as well as Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. Ms. Vamvakas began her career as an investigator with OLMS New York District Office in 1987. She was promoted a senior investigator in 1996, Supervisory Investigator in 2006 and District Director in February 2012. Over the span of her OLMS career, Ms. Vamvakas has been involved in many of the largest and most significant cases in the agency in both the criminal and the election programs, and has been honored for her law enforcement successes in multiple industries. In addition to her office managerial duties, she has worked on numerous National Office projects affecting policy including the Form LM-2 Revision team, the Electronic Filing System team, as a liaison for the Voluntary Compliance Partnership (VCP) program, as a member of the NULI-OLMS LM Forum, and as an instructor for OLMS Criminal Investigations Training. Ms. Vamvakas holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business from the City University of New York, Baruch College.
Last Updated: 6-5-18