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Angie has always had a passion for helping others. She joined CURE in 2013 as Outreach Manager after spending two years at Akiba-Schechter Jewish Day School in Hyde Park as the Director of Development. There, she led all aspects of fundraising. Notably, she helped the school update their technology and successfully ran two galas, as well as a grassroots campaign to build a new preschool playground.

Previously, she spent five years at the Emergency Fund, where she helped ensure that those in need in the Chicago-area received much needed resources. There, she was responsible for creating and implementing strategies for institutional revenue and communications. Angie was the liaison to the Emergency Fund’s Associate Board and has led many special events in her former positions.

Angie has a Masters in Public Service Management from DePaul, where she also received her undergraduate degree in International Studies. Originally from rural Ohio, Angie was drawn to Chicago’s diversity and culture. Now, she lives in Lakeview with her husband, Joe, and her two quirky cats, Frank and Beans.

 

 

 

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