Angela Fusaro grew up in Danbury, CT; a city made famous by Stew Leonards (the world’s largest dairy store) and Martha Stewart. Angela graduated with highest honors from Emory University, and prior to attending medical school, was a high school physics and chemistry teacher.
Angela attended medical school at New York Medical College. Angela has always shown a knack for leadership, and served as her medical school student body President. She graduated AOA and received several awards for her academic prowess, service and leadership.
Angela completed Emergency Medicine residency at Carolinas Medical Center. During residency she established herself as a national leader, becoming a member of the board of directors for the Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association (EMRA). EMRA is the 2nd largest Emergency Medicine organization in the world. During that time, Angela wrote legislation addressing violence in the Emergency Department. She also served on the EMRA Legacy Initiative and its resultant documentary 24/7/365: The Evolution of Emergency Medicine.
Angela worked as an Emergency Medicine physician at Emory University, and is an MBA Goizueta Business School graduate. She built a software platform to estimate patient risk for opioid abuse and overdose. Angela is also co-founder of Insight to Innovation (i2i), a national workshop that helps other physicians translate clinical insight into marketable products. Angela co-founded Physician 360 a company who mission is to empower patients by providing tools to diagnose and treat urgent care conditions at home.
In her free time, Angela enjoys inventing devices to solve life’s problems, home renovation projects and loves animals of all shapes and sizes.