Angela McIver is a national leader and advocate for Fair Housing for all. Angela joined the Fair Housing Rights Center in Southeastern Pennsylvania in 2007 as Chief Executive Officer. In 2016 and again in 2020, Angela was appointed to the Pennsylvania Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. In 2018, she was elected to the board of the National Fair Housing Alliance. In 2019, Angela was designated the National Housing Fellow under Strong Families Commission. Angela delivers housing commentary on the radio show Turning Life Corners on WPPM 106.5 FM. She was featured on KYW News radio, WHYY-FM 90.9, WITF/WURD 900 AM, WWDB 96.5 FM, NBC10, Praise 107.9 FM, PBS News Hour, Reveal, Radio One Reopening Philly Radio Video Event, Bike and Build, and CNN.
Angela has 29 years of experience and specializes in serving as a systems analyst by developing customized business solutions, institutional and organizational networking, community partnerships, coalitions affecting adults and youths, and identifying social intersections and solutions. Currently, Angela is studying Trauma so that she can develop a national educational program for fair housing advocates.
Angela produced the two-time award-winning independent film, Life Isn’t Fair, and in 2018, she created and released an independent docuseries entitled, Memoir of a Home: Meet the Browns, a short biography featuring residents and a historical account of their address and community.
In 2014, Angela was the recipient of the Willow Grove Branch of the NAACP Humanitarian Award for Community Service. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science from Pennsylvania State University. She also earned a Master of Social Services and a Master of Law and Social Policy from Bryn Mawr College. In January 2021, she completed training to become a Standards for Excellence Licensed Consultant. In March 2021, she completed the PA Standards for Excellence training and became a Nonprofit Consultant in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. She enjoys a host of family, friends, and the arts.