As the Data Manager of the Cohen Clinic at Hope for the Warriors, Angela Kraker works diligently to ensure that data quality is held to a high standard throughout the clinic to meet the needs of clients.
With six years of non-profit experience, Angela has worked with community stakeholders to address youth and adult substance abuse outreach efforts, LGBTQ domestic violence victims’ access to resources, as well as implementing educational materials for substance abuse prevention programs in middle and high schools.
Additionally, Angela has worked with the criminal justice system assessing competency for defendants and risk assessments for incarcerated individuals.
When she is not spending her time serving the local community, she also supports international education efforts by teaching undergraduate courses in Psychology and Statistics at the non-profit university, University of the People.
Angela earned her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and her Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology at The University of North Dakota.
She lives with her husband, Perry, a disabled United States Marine Corps veteran, their teenage son Dylan and fur-baby Addison. If she is not working, she can be found lying in a hammock, attending theater performances, or going to concerts.