Angela Taricco has worked as a lead software engineer doing research and development in the area of distributed information systems and military operations planning. She began teaching mathematics at Marlborough High School in 2008, and within two years had helped bring computer science into the district. She taught object-oriented programming concepts and languages, as well as problem solving through programming. She has co-authored six publications that have appeared in conference proceedings related to distributed sensor fusion and information pedigree.
Taricco graduated from WPI with a BS in mathematical sciences, and holds a Master’s in Secondary Education. In addition to teaching computer science, she also coaches the programming team and CyberPatriot competition teams.