Phone (414) 316-4530

Angela M. Turner


Recognized for her real-time research and program strategies that help organizations mobilize and respond to organizational opportunities, Angela brings together a team of Ph.D. researchers, evaluation consultants and staff to assist clients in successfully implementing and evaluating large-scale, government-funded programs. She brings 29 years of expe­rience providing training programs and technical assistance; building nonprofit capacity and designing, operat­ing and evaluating large-scale federal programs funded by U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor and Justice. She transfers lessons learned from evidence-based program models to AMTC’s network of community-based nonprofit organizations located in 94 communities across 23 states. Under her leadership, Angela and her team have provided evaluation services and produced evaluation reports for nearly 100 teen pregnancy prevention, healthy marriage and relationship, fatherhood, workforce development, offender reentry, substance abuse and nonprofit capacity building programs. She and her associates have worked with community and faith-based nonprofit organizations to help them develop capacity to develop and implement 131 grant-funded programs that total more than $370 million in federal, state and local revenue. Prior to starting AMTC & Associates, Angela gained experience planning large-scale workforce development, welfare reform and one-stop career center service delivery systems in Milwaukee, WI. In that capacity, she led a three-year planning process to transition Milwaukee’s more than 34,000 TANF recipients from the county-based welfare system to the community-based Wisconsin Works (W2) Program, reducing the number of recipients to 10,000 within two years. Her work in welfare reform has been showcased internationally, including the Netherlands and Israel. Angela is a regular speaker at numerous federal conferences and local and national community events. She received a bachelor’s degree in Management and Communication from Concordia University. She is a certified trainer in two evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention curricula and a certified family development specialist and has completed her certification in trauma informed care. She is also a trainer in a variety of performance measurement systems.


  • Planning and Program Development
  • Program Management
  • Curriculum Development and Selection
  • Training and Development
  • Focus Groups
  • Logic Model Development
  • Evaluation Design
  • Survey Development and Administration
  • Online Database Management
  • Technical Assistance
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Report Writing
  • Grant Writing
  • Organizational Mentoring
  • Strategic Planning
  • Community Assessment
  • Collaborations and Partnership Formation
  • Nonprofit Capacity Building
  • Welfare Reform
  • Workforce Development
  • Green Jobs
  • Offender Reentry
  • Mentoring Children of Prisoners
  • Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs
  • Healthy Marriage and Relationship Programs
  • Responsible Fatherhood
  • Youth Character Development / Youth Risk Prevention Programs
  • Family-Strengthening Program