• Chicago IL

Angela Michalek

Work History

Work History

Program Manager

Jan 2014 - Present
American Hospital Association
Program Manager,-Chicago, IL Designs and implements work plans to meet the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services ' goals of reducing harm by 40% and readmissions by 20% in 1, 500 hospitals Manages relationships with state hospital associations, subject matter experts, participatinghospitals, and contractors for the Health Research & Educational Trust Develops national educational programming and resources related to patient-and family- centered care and hospital-acquired infections Serves as the project manager for information technology solutions

Junior Consultant, United Nations Development Programme

2010 - Present
United Nations Development Programme
Junior Consultant,-New York, NY Analyzed national communications from non-Annex I, Francophone countries to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change to develop a needs assessment

Intern

2010 - Present
Fish & Wildlife Service's Division of International
Intern, US Conservation-Arlington, VA Reviewed grants for 3 international programs and participated in proposal review committees Developed technical maps to inform funding decisions and educate congressional staff

Youth Program Manager

2003 - Present
AmeriCorps
Community Youth Program Manager,-Kalispell, MT Collaborated with the county probation office to administer an adjudicated youth program Partnered with non-profits and government agencies such as the Montana Department of Natural Resources to develop service projects and publicize the initiative

Senior Innovation

2011 - 2013
American Hospital Association
Senior Innovation Project Specialist, American Hospital Association-Chicago, IL Created and monitored an annual program budget of $700,000 Marketed and managed a performance improvement initiative for frontline nursing staff, nurse managers, and senior leaders with over 70 participating hospitals nationwide Established a data collection and reporting system for unit-level quality metrics and surveys Developed and launched a new program model, generating $100,000 in additional revenue

Research Specialist

2008 - 2009
University of Illinois-Chicago, IL
Research Specialist, School of Public Health at Designed and coordinated research by drafting research proposals and field documents, establishing field protocol, training staff, and managing subsequent data Managed a field staff of 50 people to recruit 11, 000 participants in an epidemiological study Collected water quality samples, risk communication, health survey, and water exposure data Performed outreach and partnered with local organizations to achieve the project goals

Agroforestry Extension Agent, Peace Corps

2005 - 2007
Peace Corps-Senegal
Agroforestry Extension Agent,, West Africa Fundraised $10,000 and designed small-scale irrigation projects to aid Senegalese farmers Improved food security in over 15 villages through fruit-tree grafting and sustainable agriculture practices, and thereby facilitated the production of over 10, 000 trees Compiled regional forestry production statistics to assess candidates' eligibility for food relief through the World Food Programme's Food-for-Work program

Education

Education

Liu L

2014
Institute for Healthcare

M.Sc

2013 - 2013

2010
University of Michigan

B.A

2002
University of Illinois