Angela Cruseturner is the Assistant Dean of Career Development at Baylor Law School. She joined the Career Development Office in 2011 after serving for four years as the Director of Admissions and Student Recruitment. Angela assists students with their job search by providing counseling on career choices and opportunities. She also coordinates recruiting efforts with potential employers, and conducts a variety of career information and education programs for students.
Angela received a B.A. in history from Baylor University. She attended Baylor Law School and received her J.D. in 2002. After law school, Angela worked for two years as a staff attorney at Pakis, Giotes, Page and Burleson, P.C., and then worked as a staff attorney for Judge Bill Vance at the Tenth Court of Appeals.
Angela participates in numerous civic and professional organizations. She serves as the administrator for the Judge Abner V. McCall American Inn of Court and is a director of the McLennan County Dispute Resolution Center. Angela is a graduate of Leadership Waco and currently serves as a LEAD Mentor for two local high school students through a program established by the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce. Angela was named the Outstanding Young Lawyer of McLennan County in 2007.
She and her husband, Ashley, live in Waco with their two children. Her oldest son was an infant when she entered law school and her youngest son was welcomed to this world in between quarters. For this reason, Angela has a special affinity for assisting students with families.