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Angela Clark-Taylor has served as an adjunct faculty for The Women& Gender studies Program since September of 2012. Angela is currently working on her doctorate degree at the Warner School at the University of Rochester in Educational Leadership. This spring she will be working as the Study Coordinator for two studies at the Susan B. Anthony Center for Women's Leadership; one on the meaning of feminism today and the other tracking women policy makers and social justice outcomes across the United States.
Clark-Taylor has been with the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender & Women's studies at the University of Rochester since 2008 and the Program Manager since 2009. Through her work at the Institute, Angela coordinates local, national, and international conferences, speakers, and events. She also serves as an undergraduate academic adviser and an adviser to undergraduate student organizations. As an instructor at the Warner School of Education and Human Development and the College at Brockport she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Women's Studies, LGBTQ Studies, and Education.
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