Daily Examiner designer Angela Carroll is taking her work home.
Daily Examiner designer Angela Carroll is taking her work home.

Angela leaves for home office

ANGELA Carroll loves her job so much she’s taking it home.

Whether it’s the seven months of sitting in the The Daily Examiner office that’s made her pack her bags or the fact she’ll be working a late shift at home and won’t have to cook for the family, this girl has left the building.

Her work, however, will continue to grace the pages of The Examiner, amongst other publications.

Angela became a graphic designer, an extension of her media interests including writing, since leaving school.

Her career path has meandered through public relations, childcare and mother to three gorgeous children.

She has settled nicely into design work. Her lively conversation will be greatly missed in the office but we’ll still benefit from her work at home.

“I’ll miss the adult conversation and getting dressed up to go to work, but it will be good seeing my kids get off the bus each day – and I can work in my slippers,” Angela said.



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