George Lucas Educational Foundation

Angela Cleveland

Educational Consultant

Angela Cleveland, M.S.Ed., M.Ed., MA, advocates for equity and access to STEM opportunities. She consults for that National Center for Women & Information Technology’s Counselors for Computing division, PBS’s SciGirls, and Accepted to School.

Angela has 15 years of experience as a professional school counselor and is a Google Certified Educator. She is an executive board member and webmaster for the New Jersey School Counselor Association. Angela cofounded ReigningIt, a nonprofit dedicated to creating a STEM dialogue inclusive of every woman.

Angela is a technology contributor to national publications and presents on a national level about computer science and the school counseling profession. She is an adjunct professor at Caldwell University.

Angela’s advocacy has earned her recognition, most recently the 2017 NJ State School Counselor of the Year award. She was featured in Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls blog. In her free time, Angela enjoys writing and is the author of several therapeutic children’s books.

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