Angela Woodall is a freelance journalist based in Berkeley, California.
She has written in depth about nuclear arms policy, human trafficking and political developments in North and East Africa. Her most recent work focused on lingering tensions in the former Yugoslavia amidst the region’s postwar political transition.
Since returning from the Gulf Coast of Louisiana and Mississippi, where she reported about recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and Rita, Angela has also been investigating flaws in online sex offender registries, as well as a suspected link between autism and vaccinations.
Previously, she was the Washington correspondent for The Oakland Tribune.
Her work has also been published in national and international publications, including United Press International, The Croatian Herald, The Sudan Tribune, and Connect Magazine.
She holds a master’s degree in journalism and public affairs from American University in Washington, D.C., as well as a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and sociology from Mills College in Oakland, Calif.
Angela lived in Germany for a number of years and has traveled widely in Western and Eastern Europe. She speaks German and French.