Angela Davidson is the Development Manager for American Heritage School, including Latter-day Learning, the Lyceum Orchestra Program and the American Heritage Youth Chorus. She loves to bring people on campus, and enjoys helping with AHS events. Mrs. Davidson graduated from Southern Utah University (SUU) with a Bachelor's Degree in Communication with a double emphasis in Public Relations and Advertising, and now serves on the SUU National Alumni Advisory Board.
Prior to joining AHS, Mrs. Davidson worked as an IT Business Analyst for clients across the U.S. and Canada. Her past career in Human Resources including recruiting and hiring employees and directing events. She feels blessed to now work with the wonderful families at AHS and is grateful for their influence for good in her life.
Mrs. Davidson is an active member of the LDS Church and served an LDS mission in Nebraska (Omaha). She enjoys sharing her testimony of Jesus Christ at LDS Youth Conferences and Girls Camps, Retreat for Girls, and with Young Women and Relief Society sisters across the United States. After being a Program Manager for the Washington DC Girl Scouts Resident Summer Camps, Mrs. Davidson served as a counselor for CES at the Academy for Girls program.
Mrs. Davidson and her husband Mike love being parents to their sons Jasper and Henry. Their family moved to Highland from the island of Newfoundland so their children could attend AHS. Previously they called Henderson, Nevada home for nine years, and have also lived in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Salt Lake City, Utah. The Davidson family are all avid readers and also enjoy playing board games and exploring outdoors, including hiking and sledding. Mrs. Davidson loves all water activities, including swimming, creek-hopping, canoeing, windsurfing and running through the sprinklers with her boys. Mrs. Davidson’s greatest happiness comes from her family.