Angelina Holverstott grew up in Wilmington, CA, in the San Pedro Harbor area of Southern California. She graduated from California State University at Long Beach, with a B.A. in Recreation Administration and Communicative Disorders. Shortly after graduation, she moved to Napa Valley, where she pursued a career with Girl Scouts of the U.S. A., working as a Membership Outreach Director. After four years of working with migrant farmers and the Girls Beyond Bars program, she continued her career in the non-profit sector here in Washington State. Angelina has been a resident of Snoqualmie Valley for 17 years and has 30 years of combined professional experience in Adult Education and Housing and Property Management. For the last four years, she has worked as the Housing Manager for the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, and before this, worked at King County Housing Authority.
Being of service is very important to Angelina and her family, so you may see them volunteering at various events and non-profit organizations around the valley. In her free time, you will find her creating and sewing dresses, sharing adventures with her teen daughter, and learning from her husband’s emergency preparedness and culinary skills.