Title Executive Dean for Administration

Angela is the Executive Dean for Administration at Harvard Business School, leading an organization of nearly 2,000 staff with an operating budget of $850 million. As the senior administrative officer and in partnership with the Dean, she oversees the execution of the School’s strategy ranging from academic programs to research, and the management of areas including diversity & inclusion, external relations, financial, human resources, information technology, library, marketing and communications, operations and others.

Angela has overseen the implementation of innovations from curriculum changes to faculty initiatives. During her tenure, the School has expanded to include 14 global locations; opened 8 new buildings; and launched HBS Online, a groundbreaking online education platform. Angela also served as Chief Planning Officer, directing the creation and development of the campus master plan and she has been active in the School’s two capital campaigns, the most recent of which surpassed its $1 billion goal.

Angela has held a succession of roles at HBS including serving on the MBA Admissions Board and directing the offices of Financial Aid, Housing, Registrar, Student Affairs, and Community Relations. She was Secretary of the Academic Performance Committee and a founder of the Community Values Initiative.

Within Harvard University, Angela serves on the University Risk Management Council, Presidential Committee on Sustainability, and Allston Planning groups. She was part of the core team that created the Harvard Innovation Labs, a cross-university initiative to foster entrepreneurship. During academic year 2017-18 she served on the Staff Advisory Committee to support Harvard University’s Presidential search.

Before joining Harvard, Angela led the introduction of new manufacturing practices at Waters Chromatography, a division of Millipore Corporation. She serves on Boston Medical Center’s Trust Board, Boston Symphony Orchestra Board of Advisors, Gettysburg College Board of Trustees, Harvard Business Publishing Board of Directors, and is an evaluator on the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. She has presented various talks to students at HBS and Harvard Graduate School of Education. She holds a BA from Boston College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.