Dr. Angela Taylor serves as Grants and Development Manager for Virginia Community Healthcare Association (VCHA). In this role, Angela directs the Association’s efforts in coordinating grant proposals and support requests, including planning, writing, document gathering, internal and external communications, grant compliance and final submissions. In addition, Angela coordinates the Association’s Community Health Center University Leadership Program, in partnership with the University of Richmond, to provide leadership development to VCHA’s member health centers. She also offers guidance on program activities related to federally funded grants.
Angela has over 22 years of development and research experience in both the academic and nonprofit sectors, focusing on providing quality data to support the activities and work funded by donors and grantors. Angela also has experience with program development and implementation, including outcome measurements, surveys, and data analysis. Throughout her career, she has worked to provide comprehensive programming guidance and expertise in writing, presenting, and reporting funded projects.
Prior to joining VCHA, Angela served as Director of Grants Development for St. Joseph’s Villa, a nonprofit organization providing support to children and families in Richmond, VA, where she directed, researched, planned, wrote, and submitted grant applications and reports in coordination with St. Joseph’s Villa’s overall development efforts.
In addition, Angela worked for the YMCA of Greater Richmond for over six years in various leadership roles, including Director of Research Evaluation and Grants Management, Association Director of Impact and most recently as Association Director of Procurement, where she developed and managed the process and procedures for purchasing for the organization.
Angela received her bachelor’s degree in Political Science, her master’s degree in Public Administration, Nonprofit Management, and her Ph.D. in Public Policy from Virginia Commonwealth University.