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Angela M. Reynolds, Ph.D.
Angela M. Reynolds, Ph.D.

Angela comes to YWCA Greater Pittsburgh from United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania, where she served as Senior Director of United for Families and 2-1-1 while also teaching as an adjunct professor in the Public Policy and International Affairs program at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College.

Angela began her career testing for housing discrimination through the Fair Housing Partnership, before embarking on an Assistant Professorship at the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs. There, she taught statistics, public policy, and research methods and conducted research on racial disparities in housing and criminal justice. Angela is a recipient of the Fair Housing Partnership’s Open Doors-Open Minds Award (2006).

A native of New Haven CT, Angela has called Pittsburgh home for many years. She holds a Ph.D. in Public Policy Analysis from the Heinz School at Carnegie Mellon University; an M.S. in Statistics also from CMU; and a B.A. in Mathematics (Sociology minor) from Bryn Mawr College.

Allegheny County is one of the counties that have moved to code “yellow” as of May 15th. Following Governor Wolf’s directive, YWCA Greater Pittsburgh’s operations remain largely remote. Our Early Child Development Center, with locations at our Homewood-Brushton Center and Propel Braddock Hills is now open. YWCA’s staff is working remotely to continue to provide important services to our community. Please check our website frequently for service updates and to sign up to be a friend of the YWCA Greater Pittsburgh.  For a list of local resources, please follow this link.

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