University Dean for Continuing Education and Workforce Development
Angie Kamath is currently a University Dean at the City University of New York, responsible for continuing education and workforce development programs at the nation’s largest urban public university, that serves over 270,000 degree students and has over 250,000 enrollments in continuing education courses courses. She oversees grant funded workforce development programs that seek to improve the skills and career prospects and outcomes in targeted sectors including IT, technology, and municipal government.
Prior to this role, Angie served as an Executive VP and Executive Director at Per Scholas, a national IT job training nonprofit headquartered in the South Bronx. At Per Scholas Angie was responsible for launching the social enterprise team tasked with generating fee for service revenues, as well as overseeing the New York training operation that trained and placed over 500 individuals each year in middle skills jobs in the IT field.
Prior to Per Scholas, Angie worked as a Deputy Commissioner at the NYC Department of Small Business Services for 7 years overseeing adult workforce programs that served over 100,000 New Yorkers each year during the Bloomberg administration.
Angie holds a BS in Business Management from Cornell University and a MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School.