professor at the University of California at Irvine Merage School of Management, she taught and mentored full-time MBA Program students for over six years.
From a community and civic perspective, Angela has been a volunteer interior designer for Furnishing Hope, a non-profit organization who furnishes homes of people in crisis. She designed the Ronald McDonald Lounge of Children’s Hospital of Orange County for Christmas and served on the executive board of the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) for nine years. While on the NBMBAA Board of Directors, she received the prestigious William J. Qualls Award of Excellence, recognizing her for service excellence and dedication to the mission of the NBMBAA. In 2012, she won the American Society of Interior Designers Student of the Year Award. In 2013, she was inducted into USC’s Marshall Partners. In 2014, Angela became a member of the USC Trojan Legacy Circle.
Angela holds an MBA with Honors in finance and real estate from Pennsylvania State University Smeal College of Business and a B.S. in business administration from University of Southern California. She enjoys outdoor activities, cooking and USC football.
Angela’s career success has been recognized in the business community for over 25 years. She spent over eight years managing corporate real estate for AECOM and Xerox. The bulk of her career was spent in management consulting for Deloitte Consulting and Hitachi Consulting where she managed major clients and projects by implementing system-wide technologies for nearly twelve years. Angela was an active participant in Deloitte Consulting’s Diversity and Inclusion Initiative, where she served as a mentor, interviewer and speaker for several engagements and national conferences. Prior to Deloitte, Angela had successful careers at Walt Disney, Owens Corning, Xerox and Nestle. As an adjunct
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