Angelic Dean is currently the School-Family- Community Coordinator within the One Linden Project by way of The Ohio State University. Angelic's focus is the implementation and facilitation of the school-family-community partnerships through the Community Collaboration Model for School Improvement within Hamilton STEM Academy and the greater Linden Community. Within her role, she is an advocate for families and students within the community and works with the school to ensure resources and supports are present and effective, and facilitates partnerships and partnership movement within the building, with all aspects leading back to academic learning and achievement. Since beginning in 2017 Angelic has assisted Hamilton with increased parent/caregiver engagement, gap analysis, and establishment of top ways to remove barriers, and working collaboratively within the establishment and movement of community partners.
Angelic prides herself on serving and being community-focused. She is the volunteer, assistant to the Band Director, with the Linden McKinley Marching Band and has supported the band program since 2011 through coaching, mentoring, alumni events and planning, and positive media representation. She is a board member with the Joseph L Earley Foundation, President of the Ohio University Ebony Bobcat Network- Columbus Affiliate, as well as National Board Member, a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio, Executive Vice President of The Sisterhood Elite Inc., and the Board Facilitator with the For the Love of Dance School. She was named by Godman Guild as an Emerging Leader Nominee in 2016 and is an alumnus of the United Way of Central Ohio- Project Diversity Program which is a leadership program created for emerging leaders of color for board preparation and service.
Angelic received her undergraduate degree from Ohio University in2009 and M.S from Indiana State University with a specialization in Student Affairs and Higher Education in 2012. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Organizational Leadership with a focus in PK-12 Education. Her research area of focus is, How does secondary trauma of teachers in urban school districts affect teacher retention, burnout, and academic success?
Angelic is a wife to husband, Leachuin, and mother to God(son) Isiah-14 and daughter McKenzie-5.
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