Angela M. Kang
Angela Kang is an Associate Dean of University Life at George Mason University, Korea. She earned a Master of Arts in Education in 2005 and a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies in 2003 from the University of Connecticut. Angela began her journey as a student affairs professional while serving as a resident assistant at the University of Connecticut. As a peer mentor, she enjoyed helping students navigate university life while becoming the best version of themselves.
During her career, Angela has worked in public, private, and four-year and two-year higher education institutions in Massachusetts, New York, Arizona, Minnesota, and Missouri. Her experiences are in residence life, student activities, first year experience, new student programs, student conduct. Before joining Mason Korea, Angela served as the Director of Student Life at St. Charles Community College in Missouri. She was responsible for student activities, conduct, mental health services, and student support programs.
Angela thrives on helping students become the best version of themselves. She enjoys seeing students grow and create a future that is meaningful both personally and professionally. Angela also enjoys building strong relationships with campus and community partners to have the best resources and support for her students.
Outside of work, Angela enjoys spending time with friends and family. While living in Minnesota, Angela found her love for hiking and fishing. She hopes to explore many parts of Korea through hiking and fishing.
Master of Arts in Education, Higher Education in Student Affairs, University of Connecticut, 2005
Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies, University of Connecticut, 2003