Angel Calvin is a first-year Master’s Candidate at Harvard Divinity School where she focuses on Religion, Ethics and Politics. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in 2014 at the University of Virginia in both Politics and African-American and African Studies. She is particularly interested in political theology, as well as social and ethical theories surrounding civil unrest. Angel is passionate about equitable education access, specifically primary education, as well as the school-to-prison pipeline. Before coming to the Divinity School, Angel interned with Catholic Relief Services, an international faith-based non-profit headquartered in her hometown of Baltimore. While there, she coordinated the communications plan for a national partnership launch with Ten Thousand Villages, a fair-trade organization that works with disadvantaged artisans across the globe. More recently, Angel served as an AmeriCorps Fellow with Reading Partners, a national literacy-intervention organization. As Site Coordinator, she managed a center that served over sixty students and provided support for over fifty volunteer tutors in a West Baltimore elementary school. At the Divinity School, she is currently involved in the Harvard Prison Education Project, which makes monthly visits to the Massachusetts Correctional Institute in Norfolk. In her spare time, she enjoys playing piano, outdoor runs, and visiting vineyards.