Angela is from Plainview, NY. She completed a B.S. degree in Psychology from Long Island University Post Campus (LIU Post) in Brookville, NY (2013) and an M.S. in Education Administration from Texas A&M University (2015). Her involvement in student organizations and leadership in orientation during her undergraduate education sparked her interests to work in Higher Education as a professional. Her continued education solidified her passion to work with students who possess historically marginalized social identities and to aid them in their college careers.
She worked in the Department of Residence Life at Texas A&M University for 4 years and then moved to the Department of Multicultural Services (DMS) in September of 2017. At the Department of Multicultural Services, her initiatives are focused in the diversity education area. She currently oversees Cultural Explorations, CommUnity Conversations, Community of Respect, presents workshops to student groups, and co-teaches the C.L.U.E.S. class. Angela is thrilled to work with inclusion, diversity, and equity initiatives, areas that she cares about incredibly.
Outside of the DMS, Angela likes to get connected in the community through several organizations and attends community events. She is happily married and has one dog named Popeye. She enjoys hiking, scuba diving, traveling, and baking.