Angela Smith is an international consultant with more than 15 years of experience throughout Central America and the U.S. She leads and develops diverse programs and organizational strategy addressing complex issues like migration, poverty, community violence and human trafficking. Smith earned her MA in Sustainable Peace in the Contemporary World from the United Nations mandated University for Peace. She holds Certificates of Advanced Study in Nonviolent Conflict and Children’s Rights, serves as an appointed member of The Episcopal Church Standing Commission on World Mission, and is a state advisory council member for the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition.
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