Angel Suero is a Junior Associate at the Consensus Building Institute. She supports CBI's work across a range of areas of expertise by conducting research, providing logistical support, and assisting in the design and development of facilitation processes.
Prior to working at CBI, Angel was a trainer at the Posse Foundation, where she helped support more than 150 scholars in their college journey. As a trainer, Angel coordinated and facilitated weekly workshops with pre-collegiate Scholars on identity and cross-cultural communication, academic excellence, team dynamics and group support, and career development. Part of her work with Posse also included community outreach and assisting in the recruitment, interviews, and selection of 60 scholarship winners from among more than 1,300 Boston-area public high school nominees. She has also worked as a Regional Recruitment Lead for AI4ALL , where she promoted artificial intelligence-focused summer programs to high-school youth from the Greater Boston area and Washington, D.C. metro area. Angel started her career at Harvard’s Center for Education Policy Research (CEPR), coordinating logistics for various research projects, and liaising between school districts and Harvard’s Graduate School of Education for research opportunities.
Angel graduated from Bryn Mawr College, where she was a Posse Scholar, in the year 2016. While at Bryn Mawr, Angel studied Psychology and Cities and gained experience with a range of social sciences, including anthropology, sociology, political science, and history. In 2015, she traveled to Brazil, India, and South Africa with the International Honors Program to study how cities operate within the global economy, and how different stakeholders in urban spaces relate to one another and pursue their different interests. Angel is fluent in Spanish and conversant in Brazilian Portuguese and French.