Angela Galvan-Galindo

Chief of Staff

Portait photo of Angela Galvan-Galindo, Chief of Staff

Angela brings two decades of administrative and organizational experience in both the private and nonprofit sectors.

Prior to joining Holdsworth, Angela served as associate director for the Museum of the Southwest in Midland during a time of rapid institutional growth and change, including a $5 million renovation of the art museum and the celebration of the institution’s Golden Anniversary. She was responsible for managing transparency, logistics and financial stability for the museum, as well as internal and external procedures, budgets, records and projects. Angela’s efforts helped to lay a foundation for the museum’s financial health and future success.

Committed to serving nonprofits, Angela received a certification in nonprofit executive leadership from the Nonprofit Management Center and her master’s in public administration and leadership from University of Texas of the Permian Basin. As a lifelong learner, she believes in the power of education to transform both lives and communities.

Angela is a graduate of Andrews ISD outside of Odessa, where she was inspired and encouraged by an extraordinary librarian, Mrs. Virginia Callahan. Her rules of thumb for life include; tacos not burritos; red wine never white; always heels, flats are for tall people.