Angie Johnson Smith, founding Partner, Smith & Dale
Philanthropic Counsel. Angie started a very successful consulting
business 14 years ago. After 8 years she brought in her business
partner, Deborah Dale, CFRE and formed Smith & Dale. She has 25
years of experience in providing organizational, development and
capacity building counsel to hundreds of non-profit organizations both
locally and nationally. More specifically she has managed several
successful Feasibility Studies and Capital Campaigns.
Angie was named Outstanding Fundraising Professional in 2013 by the
Association of Fundraising Professionals. This honor was especially
important because it is selected by peers in the industry. Angie has
served on many boards of directors in order to give back, learn and
walk the talk.
Angie is the newly elected Chair of the board of Homicide Survivors. On January 11, 2011, her twin
sister, Carey Johnson was murdered in Prescott, Arizona. Going through this incredibly difficult and
unique experience has made her seek out opportunities to serve and support programs that address
behavioral health, homicide and domestic violence.
She is committed to continuing the success of the organization and its forward momentum in
providing more vital services to people in incredibly difficult circumstances. Our dedicated board of
directors and accomplished staff will ensure that Homicide Survivors continues to serve our
community and the families of victims of homicide.
Angie is a graduate of the University of New Mexico and lives with her wonderful husband and two
amazing daughters in Oro Valley, Arizona.