Areas of expertise: family and student advocacy, afterschool programming and high school teaching experience
“I spark when I see my former students out in the community doing well and succeeding in either college or career.”
In her role, Angela interacts with a broad, diverse group of education practitioners, system and community leaders, parents and students to determine how effectively institutions and communities are functioning to achieve goals related to eight-grade math, high school graduation and other critical education outcomes. She identifies interventions that will achieve these outcomes by strengthening and expanding effective activities within the learning ecosystem or addressing weaknesses and gaps within it and works hands-on with stakeholders within the ecosystem to execute their implementation.
Prior to this position, Angela was a School Community Coordinator for Cincinnati Public Schools where she worked on education rights for parents and students, particularly for homeless families. She also provided college career planning for unaccompanied youth across nine high schools. Angela was a substitute teacher at Woodward Career Technical High School and an Afterschool Site Coordinator/Manager at Woodward for the Urban League of Cincinnati.