Angela Ducey became the first lady of Arizona when her husband, Governor Doug Ducey, was sworn in as governor January 2015.
A native of Arizona, Angela met Governor Ducey at Arizona State University. They have been married almost 30 years and have three sons; Jack, Joe and Sam. Before leaving the workforce to raise her children, Angela worked in sales management in the food service industry.
Angela is the Chair of the Governor’s Council on Child Safety and Family Empowerment. She is committed to strengthening the policies that protect our vulnerable children and families, safely reducing our foster care population and preventing child maltreatment.
Angela also serves on the boards of Catholic Charities Community Services, notMYkid Auxiliary, and Mother’s Grace Board of Directors. Angela is trained as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for Arizona’s foster children.