Angie Wootton is a social worker and research professional who focuses on the health and wellbeing of marginalized communities. Angie provides direct service, research and evaluation, capacity-building, and strategic planning to help increase the impact of non-profit and public health organizations. As a social justice-oriented individual, she believes that well-designed and implemented community interventions have the potential to shift society towards greater equity, justice, and inclusion.
Angie has worked with individuals, families, and organizations in a range of settings, including homeless shelters, supported housing, HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ organizations, mental health treatment programs, hospitals, and academic settings. She holds a master’s degree in social work from San José State University and a bachelor’s degree in community studies from University of California, Santa Cruz.
Angie lives in Oakland, California, and enjoys outdoor adventures, library books, and DIY projects.