Angela  Rowley

Angela Rowley, M.S.

Lecturer of Counselor Education
SBET 226


Angela Rowley teaches a variety of courses focused on the theory and practice of counseling. She earned a B.A. in Liberal Studies from CLU. Thereafter she earned a M.S. in Counseling & Guidance with a specialization in College Student Personnel from CLU.

Her work teaching in higher education was preceded by seven years experience in administrative roles within residence life, community service & service learning, academic advising, graduate admission, career services, multicultural programs, and international student services at both public and private institutions. 


B.A. in Liberal Studies, CLU

M.S. in Counseling & Guidance, CLU



  • “Honoring The Wisdom of our Madres and Abuelas: The role of Chicana/Latina Feminist Epistemologies and Historical Resiliency in the Breaking of Borders and The Remaking Personal and Professional Narratives in Education” with H. Coronado, F. Hernandez, C. Hernandez-Osorio and M. Milian at the Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social (MALCS) Conference held at the University of Massachusetts Amhurst, Massachusetts, July 2019.
  •  “STRIVE Scholars: Supporting First-Generation Students Through Decolonial and Cultural Wealth Frameworks” with A. Campos-Garcia, H. Coronado, V. Gonzalez and F. Hernandez at the California Association of School Counselors Conference held at the Riverside Convention Center, California, October 2019.
  • “Supporting the Success of First-Generation Graduate Students Through the Lens of Cultural Wealth: Research to Practice” with A. Campos-Garcia, H. Coronado, M. Milian and G. Uellendahl at the NASPA First Gen Southwest Symposium held at Northern Arizona University, Arizona, October 2019.
  • “Becoming Your Own Wonder Woman!” with H. Coronado, M. Milian and V. Gonzalez at the Adelante Mujer Latina Conference held at Pasadena City College, California, May 2019.
  • “How Resiliency Helps You Achieve Your Goals!” with H. Coronado, A. Sosa and C. Hernandez Osorio at the Adelante Mujer Latina Conference held at Pasadena City College, California, May 2019.


Grant Funding

  • $2,000 grant from the Community Leaders Association for the STRIVE Scholars: First Generation College Student Leadership and Success Program to provide a safe, engaging space for first generation students to learn about Emotionally Intelligent Leadership, Contemplative Practices and explore their identity, resiliency, leadership and success strategies.
  • $2,000 grant from the Community Leaders Association to train 25 students in the successful RSEED program and to continue it on a larger scale with new cohorts of students in the LAUSD, Oxnard and Ventura school districts.