As Toigo’s Director of Talent Management, Angel Stewart leads efforts around ToigoPRO™ (Professional Recruitment Opportunities), the Foundation’s dedicated job placement platform and its recruiting services in support of firms seeking diverse talent with deep finance experience.
Her experience at the intersection of finance/talent includes global recruiting efforts for the International Division of New York Life (for roles in New York, Hong Kong, Thailand, Korea, Mexico and India). Angel also served as Vice President of Diversity at Morgan Stanley and Vice President of Investment Banking and Private Equity Experienced Hire Recruiting for Goldman Sachs. She has worked as an independent consultant, advising finance firms in a mix of sectors on recruiting and retention strategies and providing executive search services. She also served part time as an MBA Adjunct Faculty Advisor, providing career counseling to students at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business as they prepared for careers in finance. Angel served as Executive Director of Toigo Fellowship program from 1993 to 1998 and remained an enthusiastic supporter and friend of the organization before returning in her current role in 2011.
Outside of work, Angel has served as a volunteer with the NAACP ACT-SO Academic Olympic Competition for high school students and served as Vice President of the Board of St. Hope Leadership Academy Charter School in Harlem. She is a former board member of St. Hope Academy in Sacramento. She served as a Big Sister for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of New York City and leads Mentoring Black Sisters, Inc. a Sacramento based mentoring program. Angel is a graduate of UCLA.