Angelique N Kane
Program Specialist - Parent, Infant & Early Childhood (PIEC) Program
Angelique provides administrative and technical assistance for work related to Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health and Pyramid Model training, coaching, and statewide implementation. Her professional background includes roles that have promoted positive social and emotional learning, health and family well-being in educational settings; guided families experiencing intimate partner violence to resources and services to improve quality of life; and assisted residents to obtain affordable housing within the Housing Choice Voucher Program. She has experience developing and promoting programming to target populations; building relationships with stakeholders; gathering resources for community initiatives; advocating for increased awareness surrounding issues dealing with racial equity and literacy in local K-12 education; promoting the implementation of the community schools’ model in Baltimore City Public Schools; and supporting efforts that increase civic engagement. Currently, Angelique serves as President of the Parent Teacher Organization at Waverly Elementary/Middle School; Co-Chair of the School Family Council at the Baltimore School for the Arts; Parent Representative on the Baltimore City Public Schools Community Schools Steering Committee; Board Member of the Downtown Baltimore Family Alliance (DBFA); and as Secretary of the DC-Metro Affiliate Chapter of the National Black Child Development Institute. Recognizing her commitment to advocating for families and youth, Angelique was voted PTO (Parent Teacher Organization) Leader of the Year in 2018.