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Angela Denise Rodgers-Koukoui joined the UMD College of Information (INFO) as a Lecturer in 2024. Prior, she served in several roles for the University of Baltimore (UB) RLB Library and Archives, including as the inaugural Outreach Engagement Librarian. Angela conducted instruction sessions and workshops focusing on archival literacy. She was also responsible for teaching Information Literacy Courses at UB, which were a core requirement for undergraduate students. Additionally, she played a pivotal role in delivering the same course as part of the groundbreaking Second Chance College Program at Jessup Correctional Institution (JCI), a maximum-security prison for men, marking the first instance of an information course being taught in any corrections education program in the state of Maryland.
Angela is also a member of the UMD Center for Archival Futures (CAFe), supporting their outreach and engagement iniatitives. She also co-directs for the Community Archives Program for Inheritance Baltimore, a collaboration with Johns Hopkins University that preserves African American art and culture.
Angela earned a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Baltimore’s School of Integrated Arts.