Dr. Angeline Diogene is a medical doctor and the youngest of eight children who grew up in Northern New Jersey where she attended Frank H. Morrell High School in Irvington New Jersey from October 1990 to June 1994.
After graduating high school in 1994, Dr. Diogene attended Kean University in Union New Jersey where she earned her major in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. Dr. Diogene was awarded the “Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities” in 1998; a prestigious award only obtained by few exceptional college students.
After graduating at Kean University May 7th 1999 with Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Chemistry, Dr. Diogene worked as a scientist for National Starch and Chemical company for one year before attending Medical school in Fall of 2000.
In September of 2000 Dr. Diogene was accepted at American International School of Medicine for her medical school program where she completed her clinicals in Atlanta, GA. While attending Medical school, she did a duo degree with Saint Joseph College of Maine with a major in science and specialized in Health Care Administration. After a year, she was later transferred to Capella University where she graduated in October 2004 with her Masters in Science, specializing in Health Care Administration.