about

With over fifteen years of experience in college student and academic affairs, including positions at the University of Utah, the City University of New York, The New School and Columbia University, Angie helps traditional students, adult learners, and career changers define their interests and goals by hacking life and challenging norms. She most enjoys working with innovators, designers, entrepreneurs, creative artists, those pursuing post-baccalaureate education, and self-directed learners.

Angie studied Strategic Communications at Columbia University and is a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) practitioner. With a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and a Masters in Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Utah, she tackles traditional academic and career questions with the intuition and creativity of an artist.

Angie has presented around the country on topics including: co-parenting and work/life balance; peer advising and leadership; the actor and the MFA; and the stress of the undergraduate experience. She and her husband (an actor, writer, firefighter and stay-at-home dad) are co-founders of the "Safe Place to Play Project" and are looking to launch their first community initiative in 2015.

After spending over a decade in New York City, Angie returned to the Rocky Mountain West with her husband and their young son whom they call "The Turtle." She is an avid yogi who plays the piano and the ukulele. She loves music, bookstores, vintage shops, and farmers' markets.