Angie Rolle Vice President, Regional Cancer Control

American Cancer Society, Inc.

North Region

Angie Rolle is the vice president of regional cancer control for the American Cancer Society’s North Region, which serves communities in Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

Angie is responsible for developing and leading implementation of the North Region’s cancer control strategy, including prevention and early detection, patient programs and services and partnership engagement to drive mission outcomes.  She leads a team of staff who work with communities to innovate and find solutions to some of the most difficult public health challenges, as well as addressing barriers to care for cancer patients.

Angie began her career with the Society in 2000 as a community-based health educator, advancing to serve as a strategic planner and then the regional prevention & detection director where she led a staff team responsible for advancing screening rates, with a focus on addressing cancer health disparities.

Angie received a bachelor’s degree in Community Health Education from Iowa State University and a master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Minnesota. 

Angie lives in Savage, Minnesota, with her husband, son and daughter.