Angela Mesic

Indigenous Languages Project Manager & Administrative Specialist

Angela's role provides significant support to the Director and the Electa Quinney Institute. Angela oversees a wide range of projects that include:

  • managing archival projects
  • handling curricular queries from internal and external partners
  • organizing and running the 10-day residential camp, American Indian Science Scholar Program in partnership with NARCH
  • handling administrative and accounting details

In addition to being the project manager of EQI, Angela is an Associate Lecturer in American Indian Studies serving as the primary instructor for the first year Anishinaabemowin courses. She has co-translated multiple books including

Angela completed her B.A. in psychology at UW-Milwaukee and is currently enrolled in the M.S. program in community psychology at Alverno College. Using her knowledge about the field of psychology she works to disseminate the pedagogical best-practices for second language acquisition to other institutions and tribal communities. Angela is a very student-centered member of the EQI team and has often assisted individual students or worked to make improvements to the system on campus to contribute to their completion of degrees.