Angela Gasca

September 19, 2017

Before coming on board with 826 National, Angela worked with the Ragon Institute in Boston, taught students at the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth in Baltimore, and interned with the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. She earned her BA in Studio Art and English Literature from Goucher College.

 

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