Angela M. Fox is a graduate of Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana where she majored in Psychology and double minored in Social Justice Education and Religious Studies. In 2005, her journey led her to a year of volunteer service with the Catholic Charities Volunteer Corps in Minneapolis/St. Paul. During her year, she lived in intentional community and worked in the agency’s refugee resettlement program, where she quickly became a refugee advocate. She worked for Catholic Charities Twin Cities for 9 years in a variety of roles including a volunteer and resource developer, immigration aide, case manager, and program supervisor. She received her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota in 2013. She started with Catholic Charities Fort Worth in May 2013 in the Refugee Mental Health and Refugee Case Management programs. In September 2015, she started with the International Foster Care program and has served in the role of Case Manager, Program Manager and currently serves as Director of Children’s Services.