Angela Brown, Randolph
Angela Brown, pianist and community volunteer residing in Randolph, was appointed to the council in the summer of 2014. A native of the desert Southwest, she has lived in New Hampshire since 1995, and in the beautiful North Country since 2000. Angela has been an ardent supporter of the arts in education, first as a private piano teacher and school board member, and now as accompanist for local high school, middle school and elementary school choruses and by sharing music time with preschool students. She is also the chair of the Norton Pipe Organ Scholarship, administered by Music in the Great North Woods.
Current and past board membership includes Music in the Great North Woods, Miss Berlin-Gorham Scholarship Program, Gorham Community Learning Center, Gorham Randolph Shelburne Cooperative School Board, SAU 20 Board, Randolph Public Library alternate trustee, and the Randolph School Board, among others.
Putting her 35+ years of music experience to work in the healthcare field, Angela is a newly certified therapeutic musician, sharing prescriptive keyboard music at the bedside in nursing homes and hospitals. She is a substitute pianist/organist for St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Berlin, and Gorham Congregational Church, and has been a background musician for various organizations’ fundraising functions and social events. She works remotely for Hamilton Dermatology in Alpharetta, GA, as a precertification specialist.
Angela graduated from Brigham Young University, where she met her husband, Charles. They have two children: a son in college in Idaho, and a daughter in high school.