Angela M. Guyton-Cyril is the DVS Aftercare Coordinator, who is responsible for providing aftercare services for the permanently house veteran after shelter stay. She refers them to various Community based, state and federal organizations in order to obtain funds so that the veterans can maintain their wellbeing and stability on their own. She maintains relationships with landlords and clients through aftercare work groups and partners.
Angela served 10 years in the United States Army Reserves as a Small Arms Repair Specialist under two commands. She served under 88th MP and the 77th ARCOM, and earned the Army Achievement medal while on Advance training in Virginia supporting another unit. Angela was given three sets of orders to be deployed, but unfortunately was not deployed. She enjoyed her time in the military and was able to cross train as a Unit Administrator and Cook.
In her Civilian life, Angela began her social services career with the Administration for Children's Services as a Child Protective Specialist in 2006. She eventually moved to the non-profit sector, becoming a Case Manager at Help USA HomeBase and then as a Supervisor at Hamilton Family Shelter. As she transitioned to Catholic Charities Community Services during Hurricane Sandy, Angela spent time learning budgeting and networking while speaking before NYDIS and Build it Back in order to help rebuild Staten Island. She was able to obtain a collective of approximately $250,000 for her caseload in order to rebuild various homes, and networked with various congressmen and religious leaders to achieve this goal.
Angela studied at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City and obtained her B.S. in Criminal Justice with a minor in Law, as well as a Master's in Public administration with a focus in Human Resources. Her love of education has also taken her to the Keller Graduate School of Business in order to obtain an MBA; she hopes to obtain and finish it one day.Angela enjoys being part of the Community Emergency Response team in Bronx Community District 10 and is a New York State Notary Public. She and her husband of 15 years and counting have three children and reside in the Bronx.