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M. Angel Galvez, BS, MAOL

M. Angel Galvez, BS, MAOL
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Mr. Angel Galvez was born and raised in Woodville Labor Camp, California. He has worked in the Indian health field with a vision of serving everyone with dignity and respect, starting as Chief Operating Officer for the Tule River Indian Health Clinic-Tule Reservation, and eventually serving as the CEO of the Bakersfield American Indian Health Project. Angel’s impeccable background in finances, leadership, management and development; his well-rounded experience in organizational oversight and accountability, has prepared him to bring parity to the unserved and underserved population. Angel earned a Master in Administration Organizational Leadership degree from Fresno Pacific University as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology with an emphasis in Victimology. Angel is married, has three children; two daughters and a son. The family loves to participate in church, involved in youth sports and activities, serves on boards, and community.

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