Angela is a community-oriented lawyer with a deep commitment to service, family, and public welfare. As a mother of three young girls and a former clerk for Youth, Rights, & Justice, Angela has developed a passion for helping families navigate the challenges of the foster care and juvenile justice systems. Throughout her decade of private practice and in her current role at Erie County government, Angela has honed her skills in problem-solving and advocacy to better assist and empower her clients.
Currently serving as the Commissioner of Erie County Senior Services, Angela has made it her mission to ensure that older adults can age in place with dignity and autonomy. She brings her legal expertise to bear on complex social and financial issues, designing programs and initiatives that make life better for seniors and caregivers throughout the county.
But Angela doesn't limit herself to her professional responsibilities. She is also committed to improving the well-being of the community at large. As an Executive Board member in her children's public school PTA, she advocates for policies that promote equity and opportunity for all students. As a Girls Scouts volunteer and a Girls on the Run coach, she seeks to instill values of courage, compassion, and resilience in the next generation of young women.
Now, Angela is running for the Amherst Town Council to take her public service even further. Her vision is to create an Amherst that enables every person, from the youngest child to the oldest adult, to live their best life. With her unique blend of legal expertise, human services knowledge, and community-mindedness, Angela is well-positioned to contribute to the town's success and make a positive difference in people's lives.