Dr. Angila Moffitt Assistant Professor in Education


Ed.D., M.A., University of Phoenix
B.A., Evangel University

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Dr. Angila Moffitt teaches in both the undergraduate education department and the Master of Education graduate program. She serves as the program director for the online Bachelor of Art in Early Childhood Education and the Master of Education in Educational Administration programs. She began her career as a special education teacher for elementary and high school students, then transitioned to the role of a curriculum developer and trainer for the Bradford Financial Center. She also taught high school special education students online through the Iowa Connections Academy. Prior to joining Northwestern's faculty, she was a grant evaluator for the Webster County Iowa Partnership for Success Grant and principal of Community Christian School and Daycare in Fort Dodge, Iowa. She also taught graduate courses for the American College of Education.

Dr. Moffitt earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education (K-8) and special education learning disabilities (K-12) from Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. She is also a graduate of the University of Phoenix, from which she earned a master's degree and doctorate in educational leadership, curriculum and instruction.