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Angella Preston

Angella is a researcher, policymaker, and strategist, most recently an alumnus of Harvard.  


While at university, she researched the regional balance of power. The findings challenged the current understanding of the great power role in regions.


Her grand strategy prioritized climate change by outlining a regional withdrawal through offshore balancing to focus on rising temperatures in the United States. 


As a co-creator of technology innovation, she was invited to the Federal Lab Consortium as an Ambassador to present the idea to government agencies such as the CDC and Homeland Security.

Angella wrote policy recommendations for a statewide non-profit on job protection for victims. Through the agency's lobbying, N.C. passed the first 'Safe Days' law in the South - based in part on the recommendations.​

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