Mrs. Fletcher started working part-time with AGC in July 2017 after retiring from 29 years of teaching. Her position allows AGC to continue to build and serve the families, children, teachers, tutors, and community when faced with learning differences such as Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, and Dysgraphia. Mrs. Fletcher came on board as the Executive Director while the co-founder, Karen Belcher, stepped down to spend time with her family and work.
Angela graduated from Auburn University (BS) in 1988 with a teaching degree in Business Education, and later graduated University of North AL (MA). Angela started her career in Jefferson County Schools in 1988. As of July 2017, she retired from Mortimer Jordan High School where she was the Career Tech Co-op Supervisor, and taught Business Finance and Workforce Essentials.
Angela began her Dyslexia journey in 2008, when her youngest of 2 sons was diagnosed after 3rd grade by AL Scottish Rite Learning Center. After 2 years of getting the appropriate tutoring for her son; she feels she became a better teacher.
Angela is a member of ALIDA, Decoding Dyslexia-AL, and ALSDE’s Dyslexia Advisory Council. While Angela works part-time for AGC, and tutors in Handwriting Print and OG Math. She enjoys spending time with her husband, two boys, and daughter-in-law.