As a member of the City & Community Engagement team, Angela will lead the Living Cities’ homeownership strategy in cohort cities which assists local government’s transformations in systems that pose disproportionate system barriers to prospective and current homeowners of color, and support homeownership as a pathway to close racial wealth gaps.
Most recently, Angela was the Director of Real Estate Enterprise Strategies for NeighborWorks America. In this role, Angela was responsible for a peer learning cohort and technical assistance programs that supported sustainable business practices and enterprise level growth for community-based nonprofit developers.
Prior to joining NeighborWorks America, Angela worked at Enterprise Community Partners. During that time, she helped improve strategic and programmatic operations for community-based nonprofit developers, administered large grant programs, and managed external relationships with funding, technical assistance, and evaluation partners.
Angela holds a Masters in Public Administration from the School of Government at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, a Masters in City Planning from Georgia Institute of Technology, and holds a Housing Development Finance Professional (HDFP) certification from the National Development Council.