Angie previously enjoyed a career in the dental field before starting her journey into making life better for all animals who have been wronged by humans. This has involved volunteering with horses, reptiles and dogs in different capacities, but most effectively as a medical and palliative care foster. One of these volunteer opportunities allowed for the development of very close bonds with high content wolfdogs, which spurred her to expand her knowledge and understanding of apex predators and the essential role they play in our ecosystems. Through understanding and compassion, we can preserve nature for the future. She is working on completing a diploma in Wildlife and Forestry Conservation to support this goal.
Angie has joined the Exposed team as a research assistant with the intention of creating the change she wishes to see for wildlife and our wild places.