Angeline started her teaching career at Shoreline Community College, followed by Tacoma Community College and the Northwest University in Washington State. She has served as a clinical instructor, simulation and skills lab instructor and also taught pharmacology courses.
Prior to joining the teaching profession, Angeline served as a staff nurse at Fremont-Rideout Hospital in California and Swedish Medical Center in Washington State. She has particular interest in cost-containment in healthcare systems and has offered numerous recommendations in effort to improve efficiency in acute-care settings.
Angeline’s passion is to provide her students with educational experiences beyond the classroom walls. She travels regularly (during summer breaks) for health promotion and disease prevention campaigns back in Africa, then during subsequent quarters she shares the new insights gained or lessons learned with her students.
Angeline is also passionate about evangelism and her heartfelt desire is to continue supporting the less advantaged growing churches in various parts of the globe. She also enjoys art, gardening, fitness and vegan cooking. Last but very importantly, she enjoys visiting her dear parents Mr. & Mrs. Ddumba, who always bring joy and enrichment to her life.