Angela Dixon, M.S.
B.S. Marine Biology, Auburn University; M.S. Biology, University of Texas at Arlington
Angie grew up in central Florida, sailing, windsurfing, and volunteering for the Clearwater Marine Science Center. She attended Auburn University, where she spent one summer volunteering at Mote Marine Lab in Sarasota, Florida, and a second summer in class at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab. Angie graduated with a B.S. in Marine Biology in 1991. After graduation, Angie traveled to Arlington, Texas to complete a master's degree in Biology at the University of Texas at Arlington. Angie has worked as an informal educator, teaching classes for the Dauphin Island Sea Lab's Discovery Hall Programs in the late 1990’s, and as a formal educator, teaching secondary science classes including biology, earth science, marine science, robotics, and biomedical health. She joined DISL's DHP in the summer of 2021 and will focus on curriculum development and teaching field classes. Angie enjoys sailing, stand-up paddleboard yoga, gardening, and time at the beach.