Angela Vo, Officer of Community Engagement and Strategic Partnerships, leads and supports projects that connect IASP’s policy research with national and local movements to advance opportunity and equity. Prior to joining IASP, Angela taught in public schools, and served the Second Suffolk District (Boston) as a legislative aide in the Massachusetts State Senate. During her time in the Massachusetts State House, she managed a diverse portfolio of progressive policy and budget priorities around issues impacting children and families, housing, immigration, and labor, and engaged community stakeholders. She is active in the Boston community around issues of social justice, and serves on the board of the Asian American Resource Workshop and the Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation.
Angela holds a public policy, global health, and education degree from Duke University, and a master’s degree in youth resiliency and prevention science from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She is a Woodrow Wilson Rockefeller Brothers Fellowship for Teachers of Color and a Winfred Quinton Holton Educational Research Prize recipient.
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