Welcome to our New Director
Angie became the Executive Director of Family Promise of Bristol in April 2015. She brings to this position a career focused on managing effective organizations and programs designed to promote clients’ financial independence. Prior to joining Family Promise of Bristol, Sproles served as the Director of Community Impact with United Way of Southwest Virginia where she was able to develop community projects such as the Volunteer Center and the Smyth County Healthy Community Action Team. She also served as the Executive Director for Appalachian Community Action and Development Agency, Inc. in Gate City, Virginia for eight years and supervised housing, weatherization, homelessness prevention, volunteer, employment and financial literacy programs. Previously, Sproles had served as a Program Developer preparing grant applications and designing effective programs designed to meet a variety of community and family needs.
Sproles grew up in Johnson City, Tennessee. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Anthropology from East Tennessee State University, in 1995 and her master’s degree in Anthropology from University of Montana-Missoula in 2003.
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