Angela is a teacher for the Little Loons, a classroom for ages 3 to 5 years. She returned to the center in May 2019.

Past employment

Angela has worked summers at The Children's Center since 2016. She has worked as a teacher's assistant at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, and as a rehabilitation/community integration specialist for Lakeview Neurorehabilitation in Effingham.


Angela earned a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Franklin Pierce University in Rindge. She is certified in CPR and First Aid.

On Working at the Center

"Even on the most difficult days, I appreciate the positive impact the staff and families at the center have had on helping me succeed. I look forward to returning the favor."

Teaching Philosophy

"My goal as a teacher is to ensure the children are safe and happy. Once  those needs are met, we can learn and grow together through exploration and play."


Angela lives in Wakefield with her long-term boyfriend, Josh; and her cat, Ronald. She grew up in Tuftonboro with her "amazingly supportive parents and three older half-brothers."