Dale Robinson Anglin is currently a senior program officer with the Victoria Foundation which focuses on improving the lives of children and families in Newark, NJ and protecting water resources and preserving precious open space statewide. She serves as co-chair of the Newark Funders Education Subcommittee. Ms. Anglin previously served in senior roles at New Community Corporation (NCC) in Newark, the largest community development corporation in the U. S. Prior to NCC, Ms. Anglin was executive director of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM), the trade association based in Washington D. C. for public policy graduate schools, policy think tanks and public policy professionals. Ms. Anglin also served as an analyst at the Congressional Research Service in D. C. working on child abuse, family violence and national service.
Originally from Chicago, IL, Ms. Anglin is a graduate of Smith College and the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley. As a volunteer, she helped launch one of the most successful charter high schools in Washington, D. C.-the Cesar Chavez High School for Public Policy. She currently serves on the board of the Community Foundation of New Jersey, the Newark Youth Investment Council, and Bethany Cares Inc.--a faith-based community development organization.