Angela M. D’Orazio, MSSA is the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland’s program officer for ending homelessness.
Over the last four years, Angela has represented the foundation’s work to prevent and end youth homelessness through grants, technical assistance, convening and collaboration support.
Throughout this time, the Sisters of Charity Foundation has been a key leader in building and sustaining a cross-sector initiative called A Place 4 Me. It brings together diverse community partners to collectively prevent and end youth homelessness, especially among youth who have aged out of the foster care system. The Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative is a national partner in this initiative. Working closely with the program director of A Place 4 Me, Angela co-facilitated the community planning process to develop the Cuyahoga County Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Youth Homelessness. She also works on behalf of the foundation to garner private and public investment to support implementation of the plan.
Angela has a Bachelor of Science in psychology and sociology from Kent State University in Kent, OH and a Master of Science in social administration (MSSA) from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH.