Angela LoBue

Angela leads the Foster Youth Initiative at the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. In her role, she manages a grantmaking portfolio that works with partners in Los Angeles, New York City and Atlanta to ensure that all transition age foster youth have the supports they need to lead healthy, meaningful, and self-sufficient lives through pathways that provide them the connections, resources, stability and skills to pursue educational and career opportunities.

Prior to joining the Foundation, LoBue served as Chief Operations Officer at the Coalition for Responsible Community Development, a non-profit community development organization founded in the historic South Central corridor of Los Angeles.

LoBue served as the first Youth Systems Integration Manager at the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) where she led a team working with community providers and systems partners to meet the needs of youth experiencing homelessness, and was a Program Manager in the Los Angeles office of the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH), where she developed the local transition-age youth (TAY) initiative. She began her career in direct services to children, youth, and young adults experiencing the child welfare, juvenile/justice, and mental health systems in the San Francisco Bay Area.

LoBue has served as the Thomas M. Menino Fellow at the National League of Cities Institute for Youth, Education, & Families. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and a master’s degree in public policy and graduate certificate in public management from the University of Southern California School of Policy, Planning and Development.