Changing the Face of Politics in
Full Time Commitment
Above: Angela with her Dad after she won a tractor pull at a county fair.
Angela grew up in a farming community in north east Ohio called Gnadenhutten located in Tuscarawas County. Her grandparents raised cattle and her father was a semi driver and a crop farmer. Her mother worked for the State of Ohio.
At a young age, Angela learned the value of hard work.
Growing up and attending Claymont High School in Uhrichsville, OH, Angela was a multi-sport athlete.
Above: Angela with her son, Von Walker during his senior year at Penn State.
Angela moved to Clinton County, PA in 1992 at 19 years old.
She gave birth to her son Von in 1994.
While raising her son, she attended Lock Haven University and worked various part time jobs from 1994-2000 including: waitressing, bartending, City of Lock Haven Summer Concert Series, SPCA, and on campus employment.
Raising Von was always Angela's top priority. Luckily, he has an amazing family that helped her do that.
After college, Angela was offered a job at 92.1 The Mountain, WBPZ, and The Record Newspaper. She sold advertising, managed events, and worked as a weekend DJ.
After 8 years at Lipez Broadcasting and Clinton County Publishing, Angela accepted the position as the Executive Director of the Clinton County United Way. The director position afforded Angela the opportunity to work with a multitude of non profits, human services, philanthropists, and community members in need in Clinton County.
In 2015, after nearly 5 years at the UW, Angela accepted a newly created position at Keystone Central School District.
From October 2015 until June 28, 2019, Angela served as Communications and Community Outreach for KCSD and as a liaison for the Keystone Central Foundation.
While she left her position at the school district in June, she continues to work for the Keystone Central Foundation and their mission of making education a priority.
See her letter to the students of KCSD here.