Angelina González-Aller

RWJF Center for Health Policy Doctoral Fellow
505 272-5098
Biography 

Angelina is a doctoral student in political science. She obtained her bachelor's degree from the University of New Mexico, graduating summa cum laude in political science. Angelina has also studied in universities in both Spain and Mexico, where she obtained a second degree in Spanish.

Research Interests 

Angelina is a doctoral student in political science. She obtained her bachelor's degree from the University of New Mexico, graduating summa cum laude in political science. Angelina has also studied in universities in both Spain and Mexico, where she obtained a second degree in Spanish. During her undergraduate career Angelina completed the Ronald E. McNair scholars program and interned for the United States Congress in Washington D.C. While in Washington, Angelina completed extensive research in the field of political science and resolved to continue her education at the graduate level. A native New Mexican, Angelina grew up assisting her parents with the care of her special needs sister, an experience that drove her to adopt the study of health policy. As a scholar of American government Angelina focuses on the relationship between representation of racial and ethnic minorities and public policy.