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.