Angie Cannon co-owned The Hatcher Group for 14 years until selling the firm in 2019. She continues to serve as a strategic adviser. During her years at the firm, Angie managed several major education clients, including The Wallace Foundation and Diplomas Now. She also has worked extensively on the issues of youth aging out of foster care, high school dropouts, juvenile justice and summer learning opportunities for low-income young people.
Prior to joining The Hatcher Group in 2005, Angie spent more than 20 years in journalism, including as a senior writer at U.S. News and World Report, White House and Justice Department correspondent for Knight-Ridder Newspapers, and as a staff writer at The Miami Herald, San Francisco Chronicle and The Detroit News. In 2003, with assistance from the staff of U.S. News, she authored 23 Days of Terror (Simon and Schuster’s Pocket Books) about the Washington. D.C.-area sniper shootings.
A St. Louis native, Angie is an honors graduate of St. Mary of the Woods College in Indiana, where she received a bachelor’s degree in history and journalism. She holds a master’s degree in journalism from Indiana University.
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