Angie Hubbard

Position title: SDF Madison Program Coordinator


261 Bascom Hall
500 Lincoln Drive
Madison, WI 53706

As the ScanDesign Program Coordinator for the International Division at UW-Madison,  Angie helps promote Danish-American relations through a student fellowship exchange program made possible through grants from the Scan Design Foundation.  Angie is a graduate of the Wisconsin School of Business in Marketing and Management and Human Resources (BBA 1994). As an undergrad, Angie studied abroad in Sønderborg, Denmark at the Handelshøjskole Syd (Southern Denmark Business School).  She returned to Europe and earned an MA in European Studies from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Leuven, BELGIUM in 1995.  Angie’s interests include the European Union, the Industrial Revolution in Europe, and service industry deregulation—particularly in telecommunications.

Before taking on this role, Angie voluntarily coordinated Cross-Cultural Classroom Connections, a K-12 correspondence program for the International Academic Programs Office at UW–Madison, so she has been familiar with international education programs at UW for many years. Kate Hamoonga (IAP) and Angie were awarded the Anthony J Gradisnik Award from the Wisconsin Association Language Teachers in 2011 for their work promoting intercultural exchange.

During Angie’s early childhood, her family moved around, eventually landing near my extended family in the farming community of Baldwin, WI. Her husband Derek and she have lived in Madison since 2000 and have three daughters: Emily, Sarah, and Anna. She enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and cooking. Angie notes, “I am an avid Badger sports fan and NCAA sports in general. I sometimes like the Packers, and more recently the Bucks.”