I Am Angela Powell
Angela Powell is a devoted mother and highly accomplished public servant with professional experience as an educator, tax professional, realtor, and entrepreneur.
As a woman of strong faith, she is fueled by an unwavering desire to bring people together and give back to her community.
Angela’s 18 years of volunteer work has spanned more than 25 public and philanthropic organizations holding a variety of leadership positions that have cultivated a deep connection to her community.
Her vision for Collin County is one of growth, development, and prosperity. She is uniquely equipped to represent the interests of all her constituents.
WHERE I STAND
Goals for Collin County's Success
Rapid Population Growth – Lead responsible and informed governance to meet urgent needs and demands, influencing community prosperity
Identify & Address Local Needs – Champion innovative ideas and solutions through community engagement with involved citizens and city leaders
Prioritize Economic Interests – Interface and coordinate with taxing entities, landowners, and local City Chambers of Commerce to provide city-specific services and preserve local business goods and services
Currently serves her community as an elected member of Plano ISD Board of Trustees, providing governance and oversight over a large-scale operational budget and critical workforce
18 years of tenured leadership in more than 25 diverse community organizations, committees and councils focused on community servitude and outreach
Safeguarded future-focused public education and robust programs for children as an involved member of school board, PTA, educational foundation, and private school advisory council
Advocated for expanded programs and opportunities to serve adults with special needs
Torchbearer for women in business and community leadership
Obtained bachelor’s degree from Houston Christian University, Master of Business Administration from University of Dallas Graduate School of Management
Settled in Plano, TX with her husband, Simon, and raised three children through Collin County schools, two of which graduated from Plano East Senior High School
Devout parishioner of Plano’s St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church; her daughter is an active member of the youth choir at Richardson’s St. Joseph Catholic Church
Honorary member of PESH Future Farmers of America