Angela Clark-Taylor, PhD

Executive Director
Division of Student Affairs
Flora Stone Mather Center for Women

Angela Clark-Taylor, PhD (she/her) is the Executive Director of the Flora Stone Mather for women and a Research Assistant Professor at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences. As Executive Director of the Mather Center, Clark-Taylor provides overall leadership and administration of the Center, including staff and student supervision, resource management, university leadership in matters pertaining to women, and creation and oversight of programs related to women and gender equity issues for students, staff, faculty, alumni, and community members. The Executive Director advises university partners regarding policies related to women and gender equity issues as well as and oversees community outreach and engages in ongoing development efforts to secure individual gifts, endowment funding, grants, and corporate sponsorship.

In addition, the Executive Director leads the Women’s Center Education Learning Lab (The WELL) by collaborating with external evaluators, practitioner-scholars, and researchers to develop an interdisciplinary action research plan and disseminating information on best practices and findings from original research to improve the practice of women’s and gender equity centers in higher education.