Angela Fortunato, MA, MPH

  • Teacher, Oakcrest School, McLean, VA

Angela Fortunato received a BA, with a major in biology and minor in history and philosophy of science, from Northeastern University in 2000. She received an MA in Bioethics in 2002, an MPH in Behavioral and Community Health Sciences with a certificate in Aging in 2005, and a Teaching Certificate for Science Education in 2009 from the University of Pittsburgh. Her MA Thesis is entitled “Reassessing the ‘Burden of Life’: the Moral Judgment of Terminally Ill Patients Regarding the Value of Their Lives and What the Rest of Us Can Do About It.” In 2009, she joined the faculty of the Oakcrest School in McLean, VA.