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In the News: Angela Johnson

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In the News: Angela Johnson
Angela Johnson

Angela Johnson

Angela Johnson recently joined Sportsmen’s Tennis & Enrichment Center (STEC) as the nonprofit organization’s chief development officer.

Johnson previously worked with the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley as associate vice president of principal gifts. Her experience in fund development also includes positions at Mount Holyoke College, Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School.

“Our next phase of growth requires the full time participation of a well-seasoned development professional,” said Toni Wiley, executive director of STEC. “Angela brings the expertise we are seeking, plus a heartfelt commitment to the youth and families we serve.”

The mission of STEC is to build community leaders through its academic, wellness and social development programs, which are offered alongside recreational and competitive tennis instruction for children and adults.

“I am thrilled to work with an organization that I know plays such a vital role in the lives of children and families in the community,” Johnson said.

Johnson is a volunteer at the Lenny Zakim Fund Board of Directors where she serves as development committee co-chair. She is also a member of the Diversity and Community Outreach Advisory Group for State Treasurer Steve Grossman. A graduate of Wellesley College, she has lived in Boston for over 20 years.