Angela is the Strategic Projects Manager at Advocates for Youth. In this role, she leads youth-centered campaign strategy to make the first-ever birth control pill available over-the-counter in the United States. As part of this work, Angela leads the #FreethePill youth council, a group of young people fighting for increased contraceptive access in their communities and at the national level. Angela also manages the Emergency Contraception (EC) Access Network and the Condom Collective, providing young people across the country doing critical direct service work with access to contraceptives.
She also supports the youth activist alumni program and engagement of the Youth Activist Collective. Angela holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Global Health from Georgetown University, where she first began organizing around sexual and reproductive health care. Her master’s scholarly research investigated demographic and behavioral factors associated with utilization of HIV and reproductive health services among young women in Eswatini.