International Peace Studies, 2024
Angela worked at Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in Ghana for more than five years, providing technical support for the implementation of livelihood, youth empowerment, migration, gender, and peacebuilding interventions. She has represented CRS on regional platforms, facilitating discussion on issues of gender, youth integration, and peacebuilding in Africa. Angela has more than seven years of experience in community mobilization, group facilitation, academic and community research, youth engagement, and community development interventions. She also has vast experience in the implementation and management of migration and youth-led employment programs in West Africa.
In 2017, Angela completed her bachelor’s degree in family and consumer sciences at the University for Development Studies. She is passionate about rural community development, gender equity, peacebuilding, and livelihood opportunities for vulnerable youth. As a master of global affairs student, Angela is the recipient of a Kroc Institute Fellowship.