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Dr. Angelica Landry was elected to the City Council in November of 2020. She was born and grew up in southern Iowa, where she fell in love with learning and would always have a book from the library in hand.
In 2005 she moved to Arizona and immediately fell in love with Sierra Vista. She met her husband Keith and they were married in 2012 and both agreed that Sierra Vista would continue to be home for them. Angelica attended Wayland Baptist University and graduated with her Bachelors in 2014, her Masters of Business Administration in 2016, and her Doctorate of Management in 2018. She is currently working on her Masters of Education at NAU with plans of completing in in May 2021.
Angelica serves as an advisory board member for the Salvation Army and volunteers as well. She is a member of the Sierra Vista Satellite Rotary and enjoys giving back to the community she loves in whatever capacity she can. Angelica also works full time as an Instructional Designer on Ft. Huachuca and is an Adjunct Faculty for Wayland Baptist University. She has a twelve year old daughter who currently attends Village Meadows Elementary school and is one of her biggest supporters.
In her spare time, Angelica loves to read (everything), listen to music (all genres), spend time with her family (especially cooking together), and spending time with the family’s Cavalier King Charles Spaniels as well as feeding her two cats all the treats they can eat. The family also saves soda cans for the Nancy J. Brua Animal Care Center.