Angela comes to Cambridge by way of Johns Creek, GA, where she was raised in the suburbs of Atlanta. She completed her undergrad degree at Rice University in 2014 with majors in History and Policy Studies - though she initially started out as a scholarship piano performance major at the school's conservatory. In 2018, she concurrently received her J.D. from Stanford Law School and her Master of Public Administration from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, where she also was a Presidential Dean's Scholar.
In law school, she pursued her long-held interests in sports and entertainment law, spending her summers working as a legal and business affairs intern with the Detroit Pistons and at Major League Baseball's Office of the Commissioner. During the school year, she also worked as an extern in the Criminal Division of the United States Attorney's Office. Upon graduation, she joined New York law firm Davis Polk & Wardwell as a first-year litigation associate attorney, where she previously worked as a summer associate. Angela now lives in San Diego, where she currently serves as a Judicial Law Clerk for a federal district court judge in the Southern District of California.
Angela has been tutoring students and coaching admissions since her early college years. She has worked with students ranging in age from third grade through graduate school, specializing in humanities subjects, the verbal components of test preparation, and writing. She particularly enjoys working with students on admissions and personal statement coaching for undergraduate and graduate school applications.
In her spare time, Angela enjoys riding horses, obsessively reading the news, listening to all sorts of music from country to EDM to classical, kicking back with her friends, traveling on a budget, and religiously following the NBA.