Angela Archer serves as the Lead Designer and Marketing Liaison for Operation Rebuild Hope. She strives to make ORH both relevant and accessible to the community at-large. Additionally, Ms. Archer manages our Honor 22 program that raises awareness and facilitates prevention training on the subject of Veteran-based suicides.
Since joining the Operation Rebuild Hope team, she has been instrumental in addressing the troubles that our female veterans face. She helped create the Angel Bags Initiative which provides essential items to veterans and families experiencing homelessness during harsh weather.
Angela was raised on the Oregon Coast and graduated from North Bend High School in 1997. She spent 12 years in the United States Air Force and is an Iraq war and Operation Enduring Freedom veteran. She has traveled the world as a Civil Engineer, specializing in carpentry and welding.
When Angela returned home with her son, she wanted to get involved in the community. Angela now specializes in the difficulties that our female servicewomen face both in the military and at home. She plays a key role in everything the organization does. Angela has worked with the Bertrand family and is the designer behind Bryan’s Home and The Den.