Meet Our Staff
Interim CEO & Executive Director
Angela Warner, BS, MHSA, is interim President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Angela is a health care professional who comes to BCW with a wealth of experience in health care service delivery, practice operations in specialty care services to include oncology, and a passion for management. She has worked towards addressing quality of care initiatives for patients, addressing policy and research needs for people of color, and developing strategies to prevent culturally-based barriers that can adversely impact health care outcomes. She has several years of experience working for hospitals, ambulatory care settings, health insurance companies, the federal government, and advocacy groups. Addressing health inequities, promoting health care strategies geared at reducing cancer mortality, and spearheading efforts to promote integrated patient care for all individuals, regardless of circumstances, is a personal and professional priority for Angela.
Amari Pearson-Fields, PhD., MPH
Vice President, Programs
Dr. Pearson-Fields is a public health practitioner with more than 25 years of experience in program planning, implementation, community engagement, capacity building, and training. Her work has focused on women’s health issues, comprehensive cancer control, HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, tobacco, and health equity in disparate communities. She has held leadership roles within government, non-profit, for-profit, and health care settings. Most recently she served as the Cancer Programs Division Chief for DC Health, and as the Executive Director for the Capital Breast Care Center. She earned her master’s degree in public health from George Washington University and a doctorate in public health from Walden University.
Interim Vice President, Development & Communications
Ms. Jackson has over 6 years of Fundraising/Development experience in both the non-profit and association sectors.
In addition, she has over 12 years of experience as a direct marketing professional. Susie joined Breast Care for Washington in 2020 and handles fundraising, events, grant writing, website, social media platform, and community outreach activities.
Ms. Jackson received her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida, majoring in Marketing with a minor in Advertising.
Lead Mammography Technologist
Community Outreach and Screening Navigation
Sophia Matthews started at Breast Care for Washington in October of 2019 as lead Mobile Mammography Technician. Ms. Matthews has an Associate of Applied Science degree from ACT College in Manassas, VA. She has over 6 years of mammography technologist experience and brings varied medical technical expertise from hospital centers, private practices, and pharmacies. Sophia lives in Ward 2 and is a native Washingtonian.