CITY OF NORTH MYRTLE BEACH
Ms. D’Angelo graduated from Burlington City, New Jersey High School, attended Rider University studying Business Administration and went to work for the State Treasurer of NJ. After marriage and a short stay at home raising two children, she renewed her career at the College of New Jersey as Assistant to the Director of Security, while taking classes in management. To further career goals, she transferred to The Department of Transportation where she dealt with State and Federal contracts.
While at NJDOT, Ms. D’Angelo attended classes at Mercer County College to gain certification in accounting techniques. She was asked to go on loan to the Governor’s Office, where a new department was being established to make State Government more efficient. Her office was charged with pairing the private sector with State offices to make them more efficient and establishing an OMB for the State of NJ. Her new department had the opportunity to work with the Xerox Corporation in setting up a State of the Art computerized office center.
The Governor was running for re-election and Ms. D’Angelo was asked to set up an office that dealt with Education. She ran a speaker’s bureau to focus on educating children, which was Governor’s Kean’s platform.
In 1986 she retired from State Government and with her husband, Louis, moved to North Myrtle Beach, where she studied art techniques and her husband continued his musical career. Ms. D’Angelo remains active in civic and community affairs.