Angela Russell Cruseturner is Assistant Dean of Career Development at Baylor Law School. She joined the Career Development Office in 2011 after serving for four years as Director of Admissions and Student Recruitment. Cruseturner 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.
Cruseturner received a B.A. in history from Baylor University. She attended Baylor Law School and received her J.D. in 2002. After law school, Cruseturner 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.
Cruseturner participates in numerous civic and professional organizations. She is an elected Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, serves on the Executive Committee of the McLennan County Dispute Resolution Center, and is the Administrator for the Judge Abner V. McCall American Inn of Court. Cruseturner is an active member of the National Association of Legal Placement (NALP), which provides opportunities for her to collaborate with and learn from top legal recruiters and career services professionals across the country. She is a graduate of Leadership Waco and is a past recipient of the Outstanding Young Lawyer Award for McLennan County.