As a Technical Assistance and Data Management Specialist, Angelique is passionate about creating clear and accessible data solutions for diverse clientele. Whether that means creating a webinar to empower early childhood educators with the tools to implement data-informed decision-making practices in their setting or crafting an interactive spreadsheet to facilitate a strategic planning activity, she is passionate about reframing the perception and use of data in education spaces.
At AnLar, she has used applied methods to inform change management and systems improvement for school districts and state agencies. She has also managed several state-level process improvement and program evaluation projects. Before joining AnLar, Angelique pursued her research interests, focusing on equity and access to educational opportunities for underrepresented and minority communities across the education span as a part of her Applied Developmental Psychology Ph.D. program at George Mason University. In this role, she had the opportunity to work extensively with school districts and community organizations to create evidence-based recommendations for district-level improvement. As an applied researcher, Angelique is particularly passionate about creating practical, evidence-based recommendations and measurable outcomes that support all students’ educational advancement and educators’ professional development equitably.
In her downtime, Angelique can be found listening to a good podcast, cooking up her next baking experiment (have you ever had a rosemary and lemon pound cake?), plotting her next travel adventure, or reading a good book! She is happiest when she learns new things and is always looking for new opportunities to challenge herself and grow. She loves to explore new restaurants with her husband or catch up with her friends over brunch (especially when seafood is involved!)