About Our Team
Angela Donn (Coordinator)
Angela Donn, LCSW-C, is a clinical social worker with over 15 years experience working with families living in Baltimore. She holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Fordham University in New York. She also has a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities, with a Minor in Art Therapy from Buffalo State College. Angela believes that effective therapy is a collaborative process that can help the student gain awareness, help foster action, and create a more satisfying life. Everyone experiences periods in their life that that can be challenging and adding extra support through developing a safe and respectful relationship with a therapist can help in overcoming both short term specific situations or long term issues. Angela loves to see the resiliency her students possess and enjoys helping them in their journey at BCCC and beyond.
Cortney Merritt ( Wellness Counselor)
Cortney Merritt, LMSW, is a licensed social worker with years of experience working in the mental health field. Ms. Merritt received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Stevenson University (2014). Before entering the MSW program, she served as an educator, neurobehavioral instructor, international ambassador and paraprofessional. She then completed her Masters in Social Work at Morgan State University (2019). During her MSW matriculation, she was placed as an intern with Student Support and Wellness Services at BCCC, providing counseling services, facilitating Wellness Workshops, and organizing Community Resource Fairs. Cortney’s background includes specialized practice in intervening with urban communities, international travel and service, research focused on Restorative Practices, and leadership roles in the Association of Black Social Workers - Baltimore Legacy Chapter. Ms. Merritt is excited to be back at BCCC working with a diverse and bright population of students!
Roxanne Asi Andoh (Wellness Counselor Intern)
Roxanne Asi Andoh received her Bachelor’s in Psychology in 2015 from St. Mary’s College of Maryland, before deciding to attend the University of Maryland Baltimore to pursue her Master’s degree in Social Work. As a graduate social work student, Roxanne has had experience working with adults who have developmental disabilities as she spent time leading and co-leading supportive employment and day habilitation groups at a local agency in Baltimore. After graduating, Roxanne hopes to continue providing counseling and therapy services to community college students in the future. Roxanne thinks college can be a time of transition and change and having support can often make a positive difference in one’s personal and academic life. She enjoys helping others see and apply their strengths to make the changes they hope to see in their own experiences.