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About Angie Stockwell
Assistant Superintendent (Retired), Los Angeles Unified School District
Dr. Evangelina (Angie) R. Stockwell is a retired Assistant Superintendent for the Office of lntergroup Relations in the Los Angeles Unified School District. The major goal of this office was to assist in and oversee the implementation of multicultural and human relations educational practices. She served an eight-year tenure as Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Regions B and G, which included 100 schools with diverse student populations.
Dr. Stockwell first began her career in public education as a Teacher in 1962. Her career then continued as Instructional Adviser for Elementary Language Arts and English as a Second Language, Director of Compensatory Education, Elementary School Principal, Director of Elementary Instruction, Region Administrator for School Operations and Administrative Consultant to the Associate Superintendent for School Operations.
Among her honors are the 1996 John Anson Ford award from the County of Los Angeles Commission on Human Relations, the ROSE (Recognition of Outstanding Service to Education) award from the USC School of Education, Pepperdine University Outstanding Educational Leader Award and the East Los Angeles Community Scholarship Foundation award. Eight years ago a new building was named in her honor at Gates Street Elementary School where she served as Principal from 1976-1982.
In addition to her District activities, Dr. Stockwell was hostess of the Emmy-nominated children’s program, “Angie’s Garage,” produced by KABC-TV public television and a television teacher on “‘Steps to Learning,” produced by the Los Angeles County Office of Education. Currently, she volunteers as a Court Appointed Special Advocate and on the Advisory Committee for the Los Angeles Zoo.
She has been a member of the National Institute of Education, the State Commission on Teacher Credentialing, the Associated Administrators of Los Angeles, the Association of Mexican-American Educators, the California Hispanic Superintendents Association, the Council of Mexican-American Administrators, and EDUCARE.
She received both her B.A. and M.A. from California State University, Los Angeles, and earned her Ed.D. at Pepperdine University.