Angie Sullivan is the Student Affairs Program Manager for the Health Infrastructures and Learning Systems (HILS) online master's program and the Precision Health certificate program. Previous roles in medical education include program manager for interprofessional education, surgery outreach coordinator in surgery education, and coordinator for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation clinical scholars program. She began her career at the University of Michigan in 2003 as an academic adviser in the School of Kinesiology.
Angie earned her master's in higher education administration with a focus in academic advising, in addition to undergraduate degrees in foods and nutrition and kinesiology, all from Kansas State University. She enjoys keeping active by running, biking and kayaking, in addition to HIIT classes and yoga. An avid animal lover and advocate, she spends her time volunteering for non-profits that promote kindness to all animals. She also serves on the board of VegMichigan.