Politics major, women's studies minor. Angelic joined the state department in 2001, shortly after finishing law school, to work in rather unique field called "security assistance" (reform of police, corrections and justice systems overseas). She has led efforts to reform the Afghanistan National Police and served as deputy director for the Office of Civilian Police and Rule of Law, with responsibilities for programs in Haiti, Kosovo, Sudan, Liberia and the Palestinian Authority. In 2009, she was promoted to become the department's Senior Coordinator for Peace and Security. She was subsequently offered the opportunity to lead security reform in Haiti in the aftermath of the earthquake, and she is currently serving as the Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affair's senior Haiti coordinator.