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Temple University Ambler offers students the opportunity to begin every Temple major and complete numerous undergraduate and graduate programs entirely on campus in topics ranging from criminal justice and community development to economics, psychology and education.

The Ambler Campus is also home to several programs in the Division of Environmental Design in the Tyler School of Art, including the Department of Planning and Community Development, the Department of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture and the Center for Sustainable Communities.

If you completed more than 50 percent of your courses at Temple Ambler while completing your degree, you are already a member of the Temple Ambler Campus Alumni Association! From all walks of life, every background and situation, and for countless different reasons, our alumni came to Temple Ambler. To all walks of life they returned, forging futures for themselves with the knowledge that Ambler and its community of students, faculty and staff, will always be home.

We invite you to reconnect with Ambler and stay connected, whether it’s volunteering your time to provide guidance to current students, serving on the TACA Alumni Board or by attending an alumni event. Alumni, you can come home again!

Support the Temple Ambler Campus Alumni Association

To fulfill our mission, we rely on the annual support of alumni and friends. Your gift — no matter the amount — can make a big difference.  Currently our goal is to raise funds to support an Ambler Campus Adult Scholarship.

Contact Us

Angela Davis
Director of Development
267-530-2933
angela.davis@temple.edu

About the Director

Angela J. Davis, MBA joined the Temple University Ambler team as Director of Development in August 2016. In her role, Davis is responsible for securing resources for the Ambler Campus and working with alumni and friends dedicated to the success of the campus. Davis additionally works as Director of Development for Regional Giving in Temple’s central fundraising unit. She covers the Northeast territory and travels frequently as a team member in Temple’s Institutional Advancement department. 

Davis recently celebrated her third year at Temple in Institutional Advancement. As a dedicated fundraiser, she enjoys meeting and engaging with Temple alumni and friends to help them achieve their philanthropic goals by supporting Temple, connecting them to various giving and volunteer opportunities. 

“I am excited to join the Temple Ambler team and I look forward to working hard to extend philanthropic opportunities to our alumni and friends," Davis said. “My key focus will be to connect with faculty, staff and students to learn how they might want to be involved and build a fundraising plan that supports the unique needs of our beautiful campus and the needs of our talented students.”

Prior to joining the Ambler Campus team, Davis served as Director of Development for Temple's College of Public Health, where she was the chief fundraising officer for the third largest college at the University. She worked with faculty, staff and the executive team to secure funds for scholarships, research and various projects within the college. She managed the fundraising team and improved fundraising in various departments within the college in addition to developing many successful fundraising events. Before coming to Temple, Davis worked at Merck Pharmaceutical as Specialty Sales Representative, marketing.  

Davis' Temple roots run deep. She graduated from the Fox School of Business with a degree in Business Administration. She received her MBA from Arcadia University. Davis lives in Cheltenham, Pennsylvania with her son Charles, who is a current student at Temple.