President, Société de la francophonie manitobaine
Vice-President, National Gallery of Canada
Since 2021, Angela has led the implementation of the National Gallery of Canada’s first ever Strategic Plan and its efforts related to Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility. A member of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights’ inaugural leadership team, she contributed significantly to the development of the first new Canadian national museum in 45 years. An active community volunteer, Angela serves as President of la Société de la francophonie manitobaine (SFM), a Lieutenant-Colonel(Hon) for the The Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada, and a member of the Cancer Care Manitoba Foundation Board and the Black History Manitoba Celebration Committee.
Angela was honoured at the 2017 National Black Canadians Summit for her work in the promotion of human rights. She is a mother of 2 teenagers and enjoys cheering on their sports teams, knitting, and yoga.