Angela Rowley, M.S.
Lecturer of Counselor Education
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.