A graduate of Butler University, Angela practiced in a variety of clinical and administrative settings for 13 years, the last 5 of those years in hospital administration, before returning to Butler as a Pharmaceutical Sciences faculty member in January of 2003. Angela earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from Shenandoah University. Her area of expertise is sterile compounding which is the focus of her research, publication and teaching. During the last 15 years at Butler, Angela has received multiple student teaching awards including the Terry Hageboeck Award for dedication to students inside and outside the classroom, the Outstanding Pharmacy Science Professor Award, the Student Government “Apple for You” teacher recognition and the academic“Difference Maker” recognition from the University. Her commitment to education as a way to advance individual goals and community development is also demonstrated through her work outside the classroom with orphans and vulnerable children in western Kenya, supporting initiatives to keep students in school and cared for in their own communities.
In January of 2018, Angela was appointed to the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs role for the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Heading the Office of Student Success, her passion for students and their professional development is put to good use supporting students in the Physician Assistant, Bachelors of Science in Health Science, and Masters of Pharmaceutical Science Programs as well as the Pharmacy Program.Curriculum Vitae