COVID-19 Community Health Worker | People’s Community Clinic
Ms. Angela Bigham’s education background focused on Health Care Administration. Since 2011, Ms. Bigham has partnered with the University of Texas Student nurses to provide health assessments for her church family.
Since 2014, Ms. Bigham has been working for the Alliance for African American Health in Central Texas, a community health network of leaders. Through this effort Ms. Bigham has partnered with local churches to develop and implement plans for health promotion activities.Beginning in 2019, Ms. Bigham accepted a position with the University of Texas as a Communication Coordinator concentrating on mental health awareness and COVID-19 Education. During the Covid Pandemic, Ms. Bigham was instrumental in coordinating vaccination shots to underserved communities by partnering with churches and healthcare providers.
Recently, Ms. Bigham has accepted a position as the COVID-19 Community Health Worker with the People’s Community Clinic. She is also on the board of the Saint John Faith Community Garden where she oversees a 2.5-acre garden project, where she hosts classes for mind, body and spirit, and fruit tree planting workshops that connects Master Gardeners with the University of Texas Communication Engagement Group. Ms. Bigham possesses a commitment to the health and wellness for this present generation while developing good physical, mental, and spiritual habits for future generations.
Angela BighamCOVID-19 Community Health Worker | People’s Community Clinic