Dr. Angela Morrow Baker holds a BS, MS, and PhD in biology as well as a MS in educational administration. She worked for the Auburn University system for 15+ years primarily teaching microbiology performing research in botany and microbiology. Her signature microbiology course was designed to teach hospitality majors such things as ‘why is it important to store the chicken below the lettuce”. She moved to Colorado in 2011 to become the Director of Pre-Service Elementary Education- Science at the University of Northern Colorado. At that time, Dr. Baker became active in AP Environmental Science, writing and lecturing about public health in a more urban society. She currently teaches at Front Range Community College in Fort Collins, CO.
Angela is married to George, a ‘real’ cowboy, who has participated in living history through the Cowboy Action Shoot. He is retired from the insurance business and owns a glass repair company. Angela and George did participate as civilians in the 150th Gettysburg reenactment. Her son Charles is a computer engineer with Vanderbilt Medical School and only observes living history. Daughter Samantha (new mother and 3rd grade teacher) of Jackson, MS has participated in the hobby. Grandson Lachlan will soon be introduced to the hobby.