"Angela Bovill wouldn't recommend the beginning of her adult life – starting with marriage and children by age 19 – to anyone.
College was postponed due to pregnancy. She went to work instead at a biotech company in native Maine. She worked in accounts payable, but she couldn't be contained there. She quickly became a fixer of complex problems.
'I cut my teeth in every subject from finance, operations, mergers, acquisitions, turnaround,' she said. 'You name it, I probably did it.'
That allowed her to travel across the globe, but she wanted to do something that mattered. In 2008, she took a job as the chief financial operator of Lutheran Social Services of New England, a 135-year-old faith-based nonprofit."
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