Angela Street serves as a director of Research Advisory Services at EAB, where she delivers best practice research and advises higher education leaders on student mental health, campus climate, student retention and success, and transfer success.
Angela’s career in higher education began working in Student Activities and Leadership at the University of Georgia. She later found an interest in student retention and teaching first-year students. Her career has afforded her the opportunity to work with student success programs and teach at public, private, online and two-year institutions including The University of South Carolina, Edgewood College, Blackhawk Technical College, American Public University System and most recently, North Carolina Central University where she served as Interim Executive Director of Student Academic Success.
In 2014, she completed a 3-year cycle as a Directorate Board Member for the Commission for Assessment and Evaluation with the American College Personnel Association. She received training in first year experience course development from the National Resource Center for the First Year Experience and Students in Transition at the University of South Carolina and holds a certificate in Designing Learning with The Association for Talent and Development. Angela is a graduate of Tennessee State University and The University of Georgia having earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in communications and college student affairs administration.
She currently resides in Durham, NC and spends most of her time with loved ones, watching new documentaries or traveling to new places and seeking new adventures.
Angela earned a B.A. in speech communication from Tennessee State University and a M.Ed. in college student affairs administration from the University of Georgia.