Social Worker


Angela Ewing-Boyd was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and raised in Columbia, SC. She and her husband and three daughters have resided in Washington DC since 2002. As a young social worker in South Carolina she was involved in community organizing and coalition building around race and social justice issues. Later, she managed a grant focused on infant mortality reduction in the African American community before moving into the private sector as a consultant for infant mortality reduction at a small woman and minority owned business. She completed her Master’s in Social Work at Howard University with a concentration on mental health and a focus on anti-human trafficking. Following the completion of her master’s program, she worked in child welfare with a recent concentration on family therapy and stabilization among families struggling with chemical dependency.

Angela is the proud mother of three Stokes graduates. She enjoys hiking, date nights, camping, traveling, reading cooking and spending time with her family and community. She is honored to have the privilege to be a member of the Stokes community.