Angela Croft  
City Council
Title: Councilwoman

City Councilwoman Angela Croft was elected to her second four-term year in November 2017. She was first elected in November 2013 as council chair pro tem (second-leading vote-getter in the election), and eventually was elected as chairperson by her council peers when former Chairwoman Linda Parker Craig resigned in July 2017. Croft served as council chair through the November 2017 election.

She is employed by Ford Motor Co. in program management for Power Train Manufacturing Engineering (PTME). She spent 14 years at Detroit Metropolitan Airport, working as a department manager in Facility Maintenance and Landside Services.

She has a Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) from Wayne State University and a Bachelor’s of Science from Davenport University. She has also earned several professional certifications, such as Project Management Professional (PMP) and is a Lean Six Sigma Greenbelt.

Her family includes son Anthony Croft, who is completing his Bachelor of Science and Nursing at the University of Detroit Mercy, and a granddaughter, Aurora Croft, 2. She has lived in Taylor for over 35 years, attending St. Alfred Elementary School, Charles E Brake Junior High and John F. Kennedy High School.

Significant Accomplishments

  • Current Member of the Michigan Municipal League's Energy and Environment Committee
  • Current Precinct Delegate for the 12th Congressional District
  • Member of the City of Taylor’s Towing Contract and Fire Advisory task forces
  • 2008 Recipient of the City Of Cleveland's Certificate of Recognition Award
  • Awarded by Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson for significant service to Cleveland's “Operations Efficiency Task Force-Port Control Action Team”
  • Former mentor with the Downriver Guidance Center
  • Former Taylor Reading Corps participant
  • Active Supporter of the Taylor Substance Abuse Task Force, The Taylor Conservatory, and Taylor Farmer’s Market

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