Angela Webster, Ph.D.

As a child of parents and grandparents who were active in the Civil Rights Movement, Dr. Angela believes that each person should be visible, valued, and validated. She further believes that everyone should receive the nurturance needed to identify his or her natural gifts and the opportunity to share such talents with the world. She looks for the art in each heart and the gold in each soul.

With this belief, she completed her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Educational Psychology and Research from The University of Memphis. She is a PreK-12 licensed school administrator through the Tennessee Department of Education and received several years of coaches training from Results Coaching Global.

While in K-12 education, Dr. Angela served as founding principal of two independent schools and as a consultant for public charter school design. In higher education, she has served at predominantly white universities, a women’s university (in Saudi Arabia), an art university, and a historically black college/university.
Currently, she serves as Associate Vice President for Institutional Diversity at the University of Central Arkansas (UCA) and maintains her academic rank as Associate Professor of Leadership Studies where she and other faculty prepare the next generation of school leaders.

Her professional narrative includes making a wide variety of presentations as well as writing publications such as newsletters, journal articles, book chapters, and books. She co-authored, “Meaningful Conversations”, a book for K-12 educators, and she authored “In the Presence of a King” about her childhood experience of being present for the final speech of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

She serves as the chair of the board for an urban charter school and as an executive coach for principals in the largest, urban school district in Arkansas.
She is active on the campus of UCA. She has membership in the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education, NASPA, the organization for Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, and the Association of Teacher Educators. She received a 2014 President’s Service Award from the Association of Teacher Educators and was the 2016 Brown Girls Rock Honoree for Educational Enrichment from the Chi Eta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. in Little Rock, AR.

She enjoys life and has two biological children and their spouses as well as four grand candies who bring her great joy!

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