Ms. Tangella currently serves as a Program Associate for the National Family Drug Court TTA. In this role, she provides technical assistance and support for several substance abuse and child-welfare related projects. Ms. Tangella transitioned to this position from the Research and Evaluation Division, where she assisted in a range of evaluation activities, including data management, administering and developing surveys, preparing evaluation reports, and other related research tasks.
Prior to her position at CFF, she worked directly with children from low-income families, and has various non-profit experiences that involved leading and facilitating discussion groups, conducting workshops, and providing referral services.
Ms. Tangella received her Masters of Public Health from California State University, Long Beach and Bachelor of Arts in Public Health Policy from University of California, Irvine.