An educator for almost 30 years, Caroline Angelo joined Atlanta Technical College in August of 2017 as the Executive Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs. In this role she oversees the four academic divisions, the division of adult education, institutional effectiveness, and student support services.
Ms. Angelo began her career as an English and reading instructor at Athens Technical College. As a faculty member, she saw a need to assist students working in technical professions with the challenge of attending classes while working long hours and multiple shifts. Her love of advising students and helping them reach their goals led her to positions as Executive Director of Registration, Records, and Advising, Director of Curriculum, and Vice President for Academic Affairs for the College’s main campus and three off-campus instructional sites, serving 11 counties in north Georgia.
During her time at Atlanta Technical College, Ms. Angelo has successfully guided the College though its 10-year reaffirmation process with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, assisted with the development of the College’s strategic plan and goals, and increased the College’s number of business and industry partnerships, including the addition of apprenticeship opportunities in healthcare, computer science, and industrial programs. She has also overseen the development and implementation of the Atlanta Technical College Preparatory Academy (ATC Prep), one of the State of Georgia’s first Dual Achievement high school diploma completion programs. She serves on the board of directors for the Atlanta College and Career Academy and the Clayton County CTAE Business/Industry and Community Leaders Advisory Board. She is a graduate of Leadership Clayton’s Class of 2022 and serves as an ex officio member of the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Ms. Angelo is a 4th generation graduate of the University of Georgia (UGA).