Marcia Angle is an environmental advocate and preventive medicine physician, who has published and worked in the area of international reproductive health. She was medical director at IntraHealth, focusing on Sub-Saharan Africa, for two decades. In North Carolina, she served as Medical Director of the Orange County Health Department, and taught environmental epidemiology at Duke University's School of the Environment. Marcia has a BA from Harvard University, an MD from Duke University, and an MPH from the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health in Chapel Hill, NC.
Marcia has served on the NatureServe Board of Directors since 2012. She serves on the board of directors for two other non-profits: Nourish International and the Southern Environmental Law Center. Additionally, she serves on two Advisory Councils: Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Gillings School of Global Public Health.
She is also excessively fond of gardening.