Angela Van Croft

Angela Van Croft is the Vice President for Corporate and Foundation Relations for UNCF (the United Negro College Fund). She brings a wealth of knowledge and leadership in her 30 years of experience driving fundraising strategies to increase and diversify the revenue stream for various non-profit organizations. In this role, she oversees the national development team with an average annual revenue goal of $40 million.

Working collaboratively with leadership, she works to identify new and grow existing relationships with corporate and foundation funders and creates innovative and strategic programmatic opportunities to move students from high school to college and into careers. Since coming to UNCF in 2013, she has raised over $300 million for UNCF priority initiatives.

Prior to transitioning to education and joining UNCF, Angela primarily worked in healthcare for various non-profit organizations in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Organizations included AIDS United, the Washington Home & Community Hospices, the Healthy Babies Project, and the Visiting Nurse Association. In addition, she has volunteered her time and talent in various leadership and board of director roles with the National Black MBA Association, Inc., Washington, D.C. Alumnae Foundation, Delta Housing Corporation of the District of Columbia, Ward Memorial Community Development Corporation, and Boy Scouts of America of the National Capital Area Council.

A native Washingtonian, Angela received her bachelor’s in marketing and her master’s in business administration and healthcare management from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.; and a certificate in non-profit leadership from the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship sponsored by Wells Fargo.

Currently, she is a life member of the National Black MBA Association, Inc., a diamond life member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.