About: Angie Boddie

Angie Boddie is director of Health Programs for the National Caucus and Center on Black Aged, Inc. (NCBA), the only national organization solely devoted to making African American aging services a national priority. Boddie acquires private and public sector funding to support and administer community-based health education programs designed to help low-income minority seniors improve their health status and quality of life. Boddie joined the National Caucus and Center on Black Aged, Inc., from HMA Associates, where she held a number of leadership positions. She directed the AIDS: NOW! Partnership spearheaded by the Centers for Disease Control to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in communities of color, women, business and labor, the faith-based community and youth. Prior to joining HMA Associates, Boddie held leading positions with government contracting firms. As Senior Marketing Analyst for the OAO Corporation, Boddie initiated the General Services Administration’s (GSA) monthly newsletter entitled “A Byte of News.” The newsletter provided a comprehensive overview of GSA regional and national activities as well as the agency’s products and services. She also served as Senior Project Analyst at Ellsworth Associates, Inc., where she developed multifaceted online help routines for tracking information on “deadbeat parents” for the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Child Support Enforcement. Boddie is a contributing author for “A Journey to Wellness,” an online health news magazine. She is also the co-author of “How Aging Black America Lives,” a demographic report highlighting the challenges confronting African-American seniors. Boddie is a graduate of the University of Maryland, with a B.S. in paralegal studies. She holds a masters degree in public relations, corporate communications from Georgetown University. Boddie was born in Washington, DC. She lives in Alexandria, VA.

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