Angelina (Angel) Brandwein is Asst Director, Health Futures Council at ASU (HFC); she also works with ASU’s Health and Clinical Partners team in the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development. Brandwein brings to her post more than a decade of ASU experience in the health programs. In her current role, she acts as COO for the HFC, managing operations for the Council including marketing and communications, budget processes, committee oversight, and direction of events and staffing. Her work developing the Council from its inception has helped to establish a prominent group of thought leaders who bring expertise and ambassadorship to advance ASU's health enterprise.
Brandwein created, and continues to oversee, the Health@ASU website and newsfeed (https://health.asu.edu/news). In addition to aggregating information on the University's myriad of health activity for this site, she established and curates several social media channels that highlight ASU's health enterprise and communicate its health news to external audiences. She is deeply dedicated to ASU’s mission to impact health through transdisciplinary, disruptive and entrepreneurial approaches, and passionate about both social justice, and health solutions outside of clinical delivery of care.
Prior to her work with the HFC and the Health and Clinical Partners team, Brandwein managed operations for the Provost and Executive Vice President at Northcentral University, a for-profit institution specializing in online doctoral programs with a mentorship component. During her tenure and through an accreditation phase, she managed processes critical to the academic mission of the university; among her accomplishments was the conception and implementation of a system of virtual symposia for adjunct faculty that advanced the institution’s accreditation objectives.
Brandwein holds a BA from ASU and Barrett the Honors College, where she graduated summa cum laude. In spring 2019, she will earn a Master of Healthcare Innovation through the ASU College of Nursing and Health Innovation; the program provides graduates with leadership skills to transform the future of health within their chosen field.