Angela Thieman Dino
Dr. Angela Thieman Dino received her B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Colorado--Boulder. As a cultural anthropologist, her research has focused on human rights and youth in post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina and on African-American middle-school girls in urban Denver. As an educator and advocate, she has enjoyed applying her anthropology, social change, and youth interests in local and international spheres. She has collaboratively founded several non-profit organizations and has served on the Boards of Directors of local and national human rights, human services, and development organizations, including Amnesty International USA and United to End Genocide. Today, Dr. Thieman Dino is the Field Director for the Leeds Scholars Program at CU Boulder’s Leeds School of Business and also teaches for the Presidents Leadership Class and Engineering Leadership Program. She lives in Denver with her husband, Brian, and children, Dante and Lia.