Angela Cleveland, M.S.Ed., M.Ed., MA is an international thought leader, writer, and speaker with two passions: ensuring that people of all ages, genders, races, economic backgrounds, abilities, and sexual orientation are empowered to achieve their learning potential through the integration of technology in the educational process, and identifying, helping to create, and communicating the tools and techniques that help to make this goal possible.
Angela offers a lifetime of experience crafting approaches that integrate technology to advance STEM education, promote access and inclusivity, and produce effective programs and communities that can be scaled exponentially. She currently serves as the University of Colorado’s Program Director for Counselors for Computing with the National Center for Women & Information (NCWIT) and is Technology Chair for the New Jersey School Counselor Association (NJSCA).
Angela is sought as a speaker by school counseling associations and regional associations throughout the US and internationally, and her journal articles have been published by such national publications as Edutopia, CSTA Voice, and ASCA’s School Counselor magazine. She was named New Jersey’s 2017 School Counselor of the Year, among other honors, and has been featured in Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls Blog.
Angela’s credentials as a counselor and educator are supported by an MSEd in Psychological Services from the University of Pennsylvania, an MA in Organizational Leadership from Rider University, an MEd in Instruction from The College of New Jersey, and a BA in English from William Paterson University. She has multiple counseling certifications and is a Google Certified Educator.
Angela has co-authored and contributed to books about computer science and technology:
Angela has authored books about social-emotional learning and other therapeutic topics.
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