MEET THE TEAM
People matter. So let me make sure to give my team all the credit. Because they deserve it and I’m nothing without them. I spent the first five years of my career searching for a vocation. From corporate PR and a marketing agency to franchising restaurants and mission work overseas, something was still missing. Then I stumbled upon entrepreneurship and the rest is history. Angel Oak Creative was born. And I give all the glory to God for helping me find my calling.
I’m Tarheel born and bred even as I grew up in Music City, USA. UNC brought me to this great state that’s become my home. Outdoor exploring is my lifeblood, mountains put my soul to rest and Will McLeane is my life partner in adventure. My mission to create circumstances for individuals and organizations to realize their potential is being lived out at Angel Oak through vision casting, strategic development and business optimization.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, I’m the Twin Angel. Why? Because Caitlin and I are twins (duh). I’ve been with Angel Oak Creative from the very beginning and it’s been my joy to witness the continued growth of this Kingdom work. I consider it a blessing to wake up excited about work every day and a privilege to work alongside our incredible nonprofit community. My life story in a nutshell: NCSU grad, married to my third-grade sweetheart, mommy to three precious boys and puppy named Spirit, love Jesus with all of me, and am passionate about people, purpose, family, faith and the outdoors (especially the beach)!
Born and raised in the foothills of the Smokies, I betrayed my roots and became an LSU tiger for four years and then moved to our nation’s capital to begin my career on Capitol Hill. I’m still new(ish) to Raleigh and pumped about being two hours from the beach! My desire to marry my communications expertise with doing good is made possible at Angel Oak as I get to help nonprofits wrestle with and dream about how to add value to the marketplace – and do it strategically.
Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia and a graduate of the University of South Carolina (go Gamecocks!), I love Jesus, I love nonprofits and I believe more can be done in communities with the use of effective communications. Running, reading, eating and boating are just a few of my favorites. The Raleigh Fellows program brought me to the Oak City and Angel Oak, and I couldn’t be more thankful.
I was born and raised in small-town North Carolina to a family of farmers, but that doesn’t make me a Tar Heel. I’m a proud graduate of NC State, and my Wolfpack pride runs deep. Though, nothing in this life matters more to me than God and my family. At my core, I’m a problem solver. I enjoy the challenge of developing beautiful websites and hope to make designing our client’s websites a simple, rewarding experience.
I’ve been working in the PR and marketing world for 20 years, spending time at a number of large firms. But none of these experiences match the joy of serving those who serve others. I look at our work here at Angel Oak as an opportunity to honor the skills God has blessed us with by tackling the tough jobs for organizations that have audacious missions, humble budgets and limited manpower.
I grew up in a military world, traveling the world and adjusting quickly to new cultures. After working 12 years in military installations as a nonprofit manager, I feel privileged to have observed great leaders who modeled servant leadership mixed with hustle and grit. I believe in listening to clients and helping them discover the solution inside them. I am excited to work with Angel Oak as an extension of my passion to support and equip nonprofit organizations through strategic consulting.
Technically, I was born in West Virginia, but North Carolina has been my home for almost seven years. Caitlin’s my mom, so I get free range of the Angel Oak offices whenever I want. Thankfully, she works with people who also have dogs, so I always have someone to play with during the day when she gets busy. I’m not a huge fan of long meetings, but I’ll usually pop my head in and say hi at the beginning to be sociable. I do love a good meet and greet, with scones from Yellow Dog Bakery.