Angela Kinlaw is an educational servant leader whose passionate about serving children, families and community through meaningful educational experiences. It is her goal to support and maximize the brilliance of youth, stir up their agency, promote their health and well-being, and allow them to both find and live in their purpose.
Angela currently resides in New Orleans, LA and is excited about “I Am My Sister” (IAMS), because it can be a wonderfully healthy model for women, as they have always performed essential leadership roles in communities. Through collaborative, supportive sisterhood, women can share information and experiences to grow and engage in the kind of self-love, self-care, and community reciprocity that promotes and exemplifies healthy interactions for all.
Ms. Kinlaw earned her undergraduate degree in English with a minor in philosophy and a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of San Diego. She also earned a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from San Diego State University.
Other organizations for which Angela has served include the Children's Defense Fund's Freedom Schools, Rotary International, Kiwanis, the Writing Project, and the Elementary Institute of Science.