Angel received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Fisk University and spent the following years working in healthcare management before deciding to pursue a Master’s degree. Angel received a Master of Public Health with a concentration in Cultural Competency from Tennessee State University. During her Master’s program, Angel worked on a NIH U54 grant to reduce cancer disparities in Nashville and also participated in the University of California Los Angeles Minority Training Program in Cancer Control Research. She now serves as Research Coordinator for the Breast Cancer Adjuvant Therapy Cohort Study at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Angel’s interests include culturally competent approaches to improving the health of underserved populations.