Angelique RodriguezProgram Coordinator
Angelique Rodriguez coordinates, assists, and supports the progress and presentation of McSilver Institute’s Community Technical Assistance Center of New York (CTAC). She also manages multiple projects regarding developing content for the institute’s upcoming program, Peer Technical Assistance Center (Peer-TAC), which aims to work with mental health programs and agencies to incorporate and fund peer advocacy services.
Angelique received two Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychological Science and Drama from Vassar College. As a Puerto Rican person who resided in the Bronx, they have done a variety of social justice and child psychology work which has deepened their passion to continually support and provide for vulnerable and oppressed populations. Rodriguez is committed to continually finding the connection between art, healing, and public health in hopes of bettering the lives of those impacted by poverty and mental illness.