Angel Waldron - AAFA
Angel Waldron is a consumer health advocate with the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America® (AAFA), the premier non-profit patient organization serving more than 60 million people with asthma and allergies.
Angel is a national spokesperson for AAFA and represents the Foundation to the media. She regularly appears in broadcasts for Wall Street Journal Radio, CNN Radio and NPR as well as for ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX television affiliates to discuss asthma and allergy issues. She is recurrently quoted in articles by USA Today, Forbes magazine, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, and WebMD, among others.
In addition to speaking on behalf of AAFA, Angel produces the Foundation’s print and electronic health publications and manages its Web site, www.aafa.org. She has also written and edited articles for consumer health magazines such as Coping, ADVANCE and Health Monitor.
Prior to her work with AAFA, Angel worked in communications for other non-profit organizations including GUYAID and the National Tobacco Independence Campaign, advertising agency WB Doner & Co. and media placement firm Mentzer media. She has dedicated her career to communications and public relations for over thirteen years.
Angel earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Communications Management from the University of Maryland.