Angela House

To successfully transition women back into society after incarceration.

 Speaker's Bureau

Do you need a speaker for your next function?  Invite Angela House staff members to speak at your next function.  Maureen O’Connell, Teresa Doyle, Sarah Ward and Andrea Link regularly speak at the local, regional and national level on topics related to the work of Angela House including incarceration,  homelessness, trauma and prostitution.  Please see bios below.


Dr. Andrea Link

Dr. Andrea Link is a physician and program manager of Healthy and Whole.  She has given talks on human trafficking, prostitution, and issues facing women in the criminal justice system on the local and national level.  She is a frequent guest lecturer on these subjects at the UT School of Public Health, the McGovern Medical School at UT and Baylor College of Medicine, where she is clinical faculty.  She is available for speaking engagements on these subjects, as well as issues relating to the health consequences of poverty, prostitution and incarceration.  

Prior Speaking Engagements


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Maureen O'Connell, O.P.



 Maureen O’Connell, OP, LCSW, LMFT founder of Angela House has extensive and varied experiences as a teacher, a Police Officer, a psychotherapist, training coordinator, and program manager. She has conducted international, national, state, and local training on a variety of topics related to child sexual abuse, human trafficking/prostitution, women’s issues, and issues relating to women in the criminal justice system. Sister Maureen is available to speak on these topics as well as issues related to the intersect between poverty and incarceration.


Teresa Doyle, L.P.C., L.M.F.T, L.C.D.C.



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