Angie McCullough

Director of Admissions

About

Angie

Angie McCullough joined the ASIJ community in 2018 as a speech-language pathologist. She worked for two years in our elementary school before joining the Admissions team. Angie has been practicing speech therapy in schools for over 12 years in three countries. She has a BS in Communication Sciences and Disorders, an MA in Speech-Language Pathology, and holds her Administrator’s License which she earned in 2017 from George Fox University. Angie’s husband, Jake also works at ASIJ as a design and technology teacher. They have two sons who attend ASIJ and one daughter who attends university in the United States.

We asked

her

a few questions...

What are you most looking forward to working in Admissions?

I’ve always found joy in working with people. I’m excited to help onboard new families to our community; helping parents and students understand all of the experiences and opportunities ASIJ has to offer while providing personalized service. Tailoring to the needs of each family is what I’m most excited about.

What do you think makes ASIJ unique as a school?

Without a doubt, it’s the people who make up the Mustang community. The teachers truly know, value, and care for each of their students. Our parent community comes together to serve in classrooms, multiple locations in Tokyo, and they help coordinate several events throughout the school year. Our students are inquisitive, innovative, and compassionate, and our leadership team is full of visionaries who turn aspirations into reality. The people in our community are phenomenal and I am proud to call myself a Mustang!

When you are not working, how do you spend your free time?

I love to take my time enjoying a good meal, reading a good book, or picking on my guitar. I enjoy staying active through a variety of sporty activities and always jump at the chance to travel. Mostly though, I love to spend quality time with friends and family; anytime we can be together outdoors is a bonus!

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