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Angela Clark-Taylor has served as an adjunct faculty for The Women& Gender studies Program since September of 2012. In addition, Angela works full time at the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Rochester. Through her work at the Institute, Angela coordinates local, national, and international conferences, speakers, and events. She also serves at an undergraduate academic adviser and an adviser to undergraduate student organizations. In addition, Angela serves the Institute's Steering Committee and sub-committee's including the Speakers Committee, Research Grants Committee, Curriculum Committee, and the Kafka Book Prize Committee.
Angela has a Master of Arts in Women's Studies from the College at Brockport and a Master of Science in Educational Administration from the University of Rochester. She is currently working on her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership. As an instructor at the Warner School of Education and Human Development, the College at Brockport, and Rochester Institute of Technology, she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Women's Studies, LGBTQ Studies, Education, and Leadership. In addition, Angela has extensive community connections and has served as a board member for Rochester AmeriCorps, the South Wedge Planning Committee, The Courageous Leadership Consortium, the Seneca Falls Dialogues, VDAY Rochester, and REAL (Rising, Educators, Advocates, and Leaders) for Planned Parenthood.